Anna Tsouhlarakis: Edges of the Ephemeral
May 19 – September 15, 2012
Edges of the Ephemeral is an installation reflecting upon interpretations of the Navajo creation story and place within our current domain — the fourth world. Through a minimalist lens, the site-specific work is a spatial construction of reality and myth that converge at moments of pause where text and object illustrate predictions of the Navajo future. Tsouhlarakis’ materials suggest a hindered return to the natural while her palette subtly evokes the industrial. The project is part of the TIME or Temporary Installations for the Environment project sponsored by New Mexico Arts.
About the artist: Anna Tsouhlarakis studied at Dartmouth College and received her MFA from Yale University. She has upcoming exhibitions at the Thunder Bay Gallery in Ontario and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in New York. For more information about the artist, go to the artists’ website www.naveeks.com. For more information about the TIME or Temporary Installations for the Environment project and Anna Tsouhlarakis, go to timenm.com/index.html.
To read an article about the artist and her influences, click here.