Catalogue, text and images for Nature Reserves, a public exhibition on art and science disciplines, archiving, knowledge storage and the natural environment, which opened today at GV Art Gallery, and includes work by Landscape Surgery Ph.D. candidate Amy Cutler
I’m one of the artists contributing to the exhibition Nature Reserves, which opened to the public today at GV Art Gallery, London, and is running until the 13th September. This is a group exhibition on arts and science disciplines, archiving, knowledge storage and the natural environment, curated by Tom Jeffreys, editor of the Journal of Wild Culture, and last night there was a great private view and drinks. The entire catalogue, with the curator essay, photographs, and information on each of the works and specimen collections, can be read or downloaded here: GV-Art-Nature-Reserves-Catalogue. Below are some of the works, which include specimens and collections from the Grant Museum of Zoology, the South London Botanical Institute, and the UCL Geology Collections.
From the press release:
“GV Art is pleased to announce Nature Reserves, a new group exhibition curated by Tom Jeffreys. The exhibition seeks to examine human understandings…
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