At Which the Flight was on view at 630 Flushing ave., Brooklyn, from September 21 to October 5.

I curated this exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints and sound by artists reflecting upon transient and transformative encounters with nature. Collectively, these works consider the feedback between the creative imagination and the natural, visible world.

I produced a catalogue for the exhibition including images of the works, a short essay that I wrote, as well as a selection of poetry by friends and artists on the theme. Download a PDF of the catalogue here.

In addition to the works pictured here, the show included an ambient sound piece created by John Bartley in response to the space (listen to the piece here). For the opening reception, electronic musician Lightbath performed a set using the sound generated from the converted energy of a plant.

Participating artists hailed from Brooklyn, Southwestern United States, and Melbourne, Australia. Artists: Jill Brandwein, Oscar Perry, Rowan McNaught, Ben Haggard, Maureen Anderson, John Bartley, Kristin McKinney, Hank Ehrenfried and Madeline Rupard.