The Vestibule
sleep with art
 Hard and soft, new and old, natural and cultural – Sara Osbeold and Taylor Hanigosky play with these dialectics. Rooted in material, this work grows from relics of the Pacific Northwest – from both urban and natural areas. These objects have been left behind – whether bricks remaining from decayed urban structures or the remainders of natural processes such as wool, wax, and stone. By tenderly curating and repurposing these natural and human relics, Osebold and Hanigosky draw attention to subtle features of our environment. The work asks, Where does ‘nature’ begin and end? Are we inside or outside nature?

Relic - Sara Osebold and Taylor Hanigosky

OPENING Sat November 2, 2019 through Sun Nov 17th

 Hard and soft, new and old, natural and cultural – Sara Osbeold and Taylor Hanigosky play with these dialectics. Rooted in material, this work grows from relics of the Pacific Northwest – from both urban and natural areas. These objects have been left behind – whether bricks remaining from decayed urban structures or the remainders of natural processes such as wool, wax, and stone. By tenderly curating and repurposing these natural and human relics, Osebold and Hanigosky draw attention to subtle features of our environment. The work asks, Where does ‘nature’ begin and end? Are we inside or outside nature?

Hard and soft, new and old, natural and cultural – Sara Osbeold and Taylor Hanigosky play with these dialectics. Rooted in material, this work grows from relics of the Pacific Northwest – from both urban and natural areas. These objects have been left behind – whether bricks remaining from decayed urban structures or the remainders of natural processes such as wool, wax, and stone. By tenderly curating and repurposing these natural and human relics, Osebold and Hanigosky draw attention to subtle features of our environment. The work asks, Where does ‘nature’ begin and end? Are we inside or outside nature?

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