Residuals: Regan Golden and Ten x Ten
September 27 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
Please join us September 27 for the exhibit opening celebration of Residuals: Regan Golden and Ten x Ten.
In the exhibition, artist Regan Golden works with the landscape architecture studio Ten x Ten, to 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.
What: Reception for the exhibition: Residuals: Regan Golden and Ten x Ten
When: September 27, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Where: Architecture & Landscape Architecture Library
About the Artists
Over the past two years, Regan 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. Golden’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally.
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.
Exhibition coordinator: Deborah Ultan, Arts & Architecture Librarian
This exhibit is sponsored by the University Libraries, the Department of Landscape Architecture, and the College of Design.