NATURE | TECHNOLOGY II @ The Canvas Bowery

Works by Saskia Fleishman

Barreiro series (2019), Saskia Fleishman

California Sunset Curtain (2020), Saskia Fleishman

NATURE | TECHNOLOGY II @ The Canvas Bowery

I Will Be Your Umbrella (2018), Yen Yen Chou

Top: Crypto Mining (2020) | Bottom: Chipped (2020), William Sanders

Mis Hijos (2020), Alejandra Abad

Utopian Emanations (2020), Dustin Chan

Left: Untitled (2020) | Right: Untitled (2020), Ash Freundner

Untitled (2020), Ash Freundner

barely there (2019), Wesley Evans, Cameron McCormick, and Chian Liao

Social isolation blues (2020), Blake Ferree

Black Ice I (2020), Jeannie Rhyu

Studies of Emotional Textures (2020), Jeannie Rhyu

Works by Jeannie Rhyu

Left: Glue Trap (Terminix) (2018) | Right: [untitled] (2019), Gus Wheeler

Digital Oracle (2017), Daria Zhest

Digital Oracle (2017), Daria Zhest

Digital Oracle (2017), Daria Zhest

Virgin Land: Celestial Bodies (2020), Rebecca Shapass

Virgin Land: Celestial Bodies (2020), Rebecca Shapass

Virgin Land: Celestial Bodies (2020), Rebecca Shapass

Works by Eamon Murphy

Left to right: Metamorphoses series (2019 - 2020), Portrait of Infatuation II (2020), Eamon Murphy

Left to right: Metamorphoses series (2019 - 2020), Oasis (2020), Eamon Murphy

Left: Remnants (2020) | Right: Remnants (2020), Nick Van Zanten

Top left to right: Kyoto (2019) & Augure (2020) | Bottom left to right: Apéro dînatoire (2020) & Humanoïde (2020), Eve Saint Jean

Resilience (2020), Gu

Top left to right: Untitled series (2020) | Bottom left to right: Ares (2020) & Poseidon (2020), George Skoufas

FRAGILE (2020), Cristina Villegas

Elsewhere (2020), Gu

Left to right: BITCOIN CH. 1, BITCOIN CH. 2, BITCOIN CH. 3, BITCOIN CH. 4 (2020), Tsuki D. Sureiya

Viral (2020), Emma Anderson

Für das nächste Land (For the Next Land/Country)
 (2019), Sebastian Reis

Dissociation (2020), Camelia Azar

Dissociation (2020), Camelia Azar

Dissociation (2020), Camelia Azar

Dissociation (2020), Camelia Azar

Planet Bunny (2020), Ali Vistein

What’s on your mind? (2020), Lily Primamore

The Great Escape (2020), Lily Primamore

Coke on velvet (2017), Maria Barquet

Left: My Psychology and Issue of Space (2020) | Right: Flight! It’s A Queeeeer Space (2020), Steven Baboun

Untitled (2020), Lilian Wu Finckel

Top left to right: How Good It Is (2020), When All Else Fails (2020) | Bottom left to right: We Try Again (2020), And Again (2020), Nicole Pollina

Untitled (2020), Lilian Wu Finckel

Faces of Disassociation (2020), Ayesha Raees

Sudden Death (2020), Maria Barquet

Left to right: Star Magnolia (2020), Apple Blossom (2020), Passion Flower (2020), Kelly Pastorek

Untitled (2020), Lilian Wu Finckel

Center: Commit us to memory (2019), Brianna Morel

Commit us to memory (2019), Brianna Morel

Commit us to memory (2019), Brianna Morel

Left: Milky milky cocoa puff (2020) | Right: Somewhere between grief and dance (2020), Amanda Johnson

Left: Milky milky cocoa puff (2020) | Right: Somewhere between grief and dance (2020), Amanda Johnson

Pothos (2020), Jim Cole

Pothos (2020), Jim Cole

Pothos (2020), Jim Cole

Top to bottom: Untitled I, Untitled III, Untitled VI (2019), Tere Garcia

Park Expired (2020), Tennessee Nunez

blue/lives (redacted) (2020), Art Jones

blue/lives (redacted) (2020), Art Jones

blue/lives (redacted) (2020), Art Jones

blue/lives (redacted) (2020), Art Jones

Works by Xingze Li

Untitled series (2019), Xingze Li

Center: Painting (2015), Daria Zhest

Painting (2015), Daria Zhest

Love, in the time of (2020), Arielle Stein

Ewing (2020), Tay Butler

Self Portrait (2020), Salma Olama

Untitled (2020), Kevin Claiborne

Equilibrium (2020), Grant Hao-Wei Lin

Protection (2020), Watson Mere

Racing Against the Clock (2020), Stas Ginzburg

Flattening A Little Bit (2020), Jennifer Battaglia

NATURE |

TECHNOLOGY II

November 20th - January 15th

Thursday - Monday, 1 - 6pm

250 Bowery, New York NY

A group exhibition made up of individual and collaborative work that explored the relationship between nature and technology in present day, specifically through the lens of strength and survival.

 

Produced and Curated by:

Julia Sub & Michelle Le Nguyen

PRESS RELEASE 

​Nature | Technology is a group exhibition series curated by Slow Burn NYC, made up of individual and collaborative works exploring the relationship between these two themes in present day, specifically through the lens of strength and survival. In the second installment of this series, a total of 50 local and international artists will contribute work ranging from more traditional mediums to multidisciplinary installation. This body of work spans sub-themes of nature versus nurture, natural phenomenons, material studies, disassociation, isolation, loss, recovery, sexuality, heritage, & climate change. 

 

This year’s exhibition will also include a first time collaboration with the pandemic archive, contributing a selection of work from individuals all around the world as they make art in quarantine in response to the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020.


In collaboration with The Canvas, extending their Bowery location to host the show, Nature | Technology II will be up from November 20th - December 15th.

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ARTISTS

Alejandra Abad | Ali Vistein | Amanda Johnson | Art Jones | Ash Freundner Ayesha Raees | Blake Ferree Brianna Morel Camelia Azar | Cameron McCormick | Chian Liao | Cristina Villegas Daria Zhest Dustin Chan | Eamon Murphy | Emma Anderson | Eve Saint Jean | George Skoufas | Gu | Gus Wheeler | Jeannie Rhyu | Jim Cole | Kelly Pastorek | Lilian Wu Finckel | Lily Primamore | Maria Barquet | Nick Van Zanten | Nicole Pollina | Rebecca Shapass | Saskia Fleishman | Sebastian Reis | Steven Baboun | Tennessee Nunez | Tere Garcia | Tsuki D. Sureiya | Wesley Evans | William Sanders | Xingze Li | Yen Yen Chou 

Featuring the pandemic archive 

ARTISTS

Arielle Stein | Grant Hao-Wei Lin | Ibuki Kuramochi | Jennifer Battaglia | Kevin Claiborne | Roy Willaims | Salma Olama | Stas Ginzburg | Tay Butler | Watson Mere