Seattle-based artist Casey Curran combines elements of mythology, science, and religion to foster a conversation around humanity’s goals and visions for the future on Earth. In Parable of Gravity, Curran incorporates several large sculptural elements, including a suspended aluminum asteroid inspired by Galileo’s mission to Jupiter, a rectilinear formation of scaffolded wooden towers, and an otherworldly kinetic garden that appears to be growing up and out of the work. This installation is a parable of a landscape in transition; a decomposing environment that nurses the new life it brings forth. It is a display of both decay and growth, referencing the unstoppable momentum of significant human advancements that shift our cultural paradigms.
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Open Studio: January 5 - February 10
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 11
Exhibition Period: February 12 - April 17