Inevitable Reckoning offers viewers a new way to consider climate change and its effects on our inner and outer landscapes.
Inevitable Reckoning offers viewers a new way to consider climate change and its effects on our inner and outer landscapes. Through the exaggerated lens of artist and craftsman Nick Schnitzer, this new series of work at Dimension Gallery combines craft, science, and storytelling that appeals to our most basic sense of survival. A few pieces in the show make use of time-based chemical state changes to make the point, so be sure and come to the opening on April 5th from 6 to 9pm.
During the gallery’s open hours (12-6pm) on Saturdays (April 7-May 5) the artist, in conjunction with local organizations, will host a series of workshops concerning local and global issues related to the environment. Some activities include a film screening, seedball making workshop, and discussion with Austin Watershed and Tree Folks.
TreeFolks – Presentation and Discussion
Mully – Film Screening and Discussion
City of Austin Office of Sustainability – Presentation and Discussion
Festival Beach Food Forest – Seedball Making Workshop
“As Earthlings, we are facing a critical time during which survivability will be the issue that increasingly dominates public concern.” – Jerry Mander, Patagonia, Inc.