Spring / Summer 2020

Jennifer Lord, David D'Agostino, & Noah Travis Phillips "Bigger View(s): Earth, Anthropocene, Beauty"


Artist: Jennifer Lord, David D'Agostino, & Noah Travis Phillips

Venue: Boulder Public Library
Exhibition Title: "Bigger View(s): Earth, Anthropocene, Beauty

Date: Spring / Summer 2020

Note: Featuring the artists David D’Agostino, Jennifer Lord, and Noah Travis Phillips, Bigger View(s): Earth, Anthropocene, Beauty offers parallel simultaneous realities of the multi-centered networks of Nature. Questioning dualistic understandings both formally and thematically, the art is not human-centric, rather it opens feeling-ways into new modes of being with(in). The artwork conjures feelings of harmony, beauty, sublimity, grief and interconnection. We posit this as a way forward through the Anthropocene.



Jennifer Lord
Blanket Bog, 2019
Acrylic on panel
24 x 32”
Jennifer Lord
Waterfall, 2018
Acrylic on panel
24 x 18”

Jennifer Lord
Unravel, 2018
Acrylic on panel
36 x 48”

Jennifer Lord
Every Extinct Bird, 2017
Acrylic on panel
24 x 32”
Jennifer Lord
Mimicry and Deceit, 2019
Acrylic on panel
24 x 18”
featuring: Noah Travis Phillips
Site specific collage
Printed and Vinyl-cut imagery







David D'Agostino
Overhang Oil Drip
ink, acrylic, modeling paste, archival felt
24 x 32”

David D'Agostino
Cruda
ink, acrylic, modeling paste, archival felt
24 x 32”

David D'Agostino
Scarlight
ink, acrylic, modeling paste, archival felt
36 x 48”
David D'Agostino
Desire
ink, acrylic, modeling paste, archival felt
24 x 20”
David D'Agostino
Glacias
ink, acrylic, modeling paste, archival felt
12 x 12”
David D'Agostino
Collapse
ink, acrylic, modeling paste, archival felt
24 x 24”


Contact the curator for price and availability of artworks:
juniperlord at gmail dot com




Exhibition postponed due to COVID19. All dates subject to change.





Bigger View(s) x Full Moon Performance
|| May 7, 2020




Bigger View(s) x Cinema
|| May 14, 2020


Fantastic Planet (trailer (wild cover))   Noah Travis Phillips





Bigger View(s) x Reading List





Bigger View(s) x Ikebana
|| June 5-7th





Celebrate The Week of All Beings

How to Celebrate The Week of All Beings
1. Eat vegetarian for seven days
2. Learn about an Animal
3. Share what you learned with a loved one, co-worker, classmate, or friend
Why to Celebrate The Week of All Beings
The Week of All Being is about creating personal connections with the living beyond-human world. One of the high impact actions that individuals can take to counter climate change recommended by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is to eat a plant-based diet. Learning about an animal expands one’s awareness of and connection to other beings, and can teach you new things about being human. Sharing what you learn extends the network. It connects you, your animal, and your learning with others. You can add a personal touch to your celebration by dressing like your animal and/or making an artwork about or inspired by your learning.
Celebrating The Week of All Beings is something my family does leading up to the Spring Equinox. It was partly inspired by Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy. We started celebrating the
Winter and Summer Solstices and the Spring and Fall Equinoxes as part of (re)connecting with our Earth. Over the years different traditions have started forming around each holiday.