September through December 2017
In the exhibition Residuals, an artist and a landscape architecture studio test, question, and respond to the extraordinary embedded in overlooked, liminal spaces of the city. The work revels in the ragged and documents change: mold, decay, entropy, growth, competition, failure, moisture, and resilience. Investigations into these forces take various forms from installation, casting, and collage, to film, photography, and drawing.
The exhibit opening reception takes place Wednesday, September 27, 2017.
About Regan Golden
Over the past two years, Golden has collected, drawn and photographed fragments of the urban prairie along Kasota Ponds in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her altered photographs and drawings are inspired by the scrubby forests and ragged prairies that border subdivisions and highways.
Regan Golden’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally, including Harvard University’s Fisher Forestry Museum, The Cue Gallery in New York City and the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. She has received grants and fellowships from the Minnesota State Arts Board, The Jerome Foundation, The Core Program and The National Science Foundation.
In 2016-2017, Golden was an Artist-in-Residence at the College of Biological Sciences Conservatory and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Art at the University of Minnesota.
Maura Rockcastle is a founding member of TEN x TEN a landscape architecture and urban design practice grounded by a shared curiosity and passion for experimentation and agency. Visionary clients and teams co-create immersive future-focused landscapes that adapt to social, economic and environmental transformation. On the edge of art and science, studies document change: with mold, decay, growth, competition, failure and resilience.
What: Residuals: Regan Golden and Maura Rockcastle
When: September through December 2017
Where: Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library, 210 Rapson Hall
Hours: Open during regular hours at the Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library