"In nature, nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed."

"In nature, nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed."

 "Paper pasted on logs in a woods won’t last forever. Which is a large part of the point of the work. Temporality. Transience."     -Jack Foran,  The Public

"Paper pasted on logs in a woods won’t last forever. Which is a large part of the point of the work. Temporality. Transience."

 

-Jack Foran, The Public

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Last Exit
Last Exit

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

 Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter.    Read a review of the exhibit here.

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

 Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter.    Read a review of the exhibit here.

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

 Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter.    Read a review of the exhibit here.

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

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 "It’s clear now that the white wrappings are shrouds; the gathering of dead branches, ceremonially swathed as if to preserve them, is a ritualistic catharsis. Trees grow and die. Something is made, then destroyed."     -Bruce Adams,  Buffalo Spree

"It’s clear now that the white wrappings are shrouds; the gathering of dead branches, ceremonially swathed as if to preserve them, is a ritualistic catharsis. Trees grow and die. Something is made, then destroyed."

 

-Bruce Adams, Buffalo Spree

  "In nature, nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed."
 "Paper pasted on logs in a woods won’t last forever. Which is a large part of the point of the work. Temporality. Transience."     -Jack Foran,  The Public
DSCF8209.JPG
IMG_9052.jpg
MaxCollins_LastExit_11.jpg
Last Exit
 Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter.    Read a review of the exhibit here.
 Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter.    Read a review of the exhibit here.
 Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter.    Read a review of the exhibit here.
IMG_9234001_blue.jpg
 "It’s clear now that the white wrappings are shrouds; the gathering of dead branches, ceremonially swathed as if to preserve them, is a ritualistic catharsis. Trees grow and die. Something is made, then destroyed."     -Bruce Adams,  Buffalo Spree

"In nature, nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed."

"Paper pasted on logs in a woods won’t last forever. Which is a large part of the point of the work. Temporality. Transience."

 

-Jack Foran, The Public

Last Exit

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

Documentation from the exhibition Last Exit featuring installation artist David Mitchell and sound by Flatsitter. 

Read a review of the exhibit here.

"It’s clear now that the white wrappings are shrouds; the gathering of dead branches, ceremonially swathed as if to preserve them, is a ritualistic catharsis. Trees grow and die. Something is made, then destroyed."

 

-Bruce Adams, Buffalo Spree

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