I am proud to be part of the “Anthropocene Vision" photography show at ORA Gallery NYC.
This show features the work of four NYC-based New Zealand photographers:
Nichola Clark, Jonathan Pilkington, Claire Price and Andrew B. White.
Framed and unframed prints are available for purchase at the show.
Visit the ORA website to view the artists and their works.
ORA gallery is located at 51, 7th Ave (Between 13/14th Sts) NY, 10011
Works are on show from pril 1st - 29th, 2016 and the gallery is open Weds-Sun, 11am - 7pm.
I will sometimes be at the gallery during the show so please come and say hello.
“Anthropocene is the contentious term for the age we live in. Literally anthropo “man” cene “new”, it refers to the first era in which humans have had a permanent impact on Earth. Our relationship with the natural world is timeless and essential, but the accelerating rate of climate change has brought the discussion about our responsibility for nurturing the environment into stark relief. In these works, we see a spectrum of desire to capture, influence, understand, and form a spiritual connection with the world we inhabit. What appears to be untouched is not, and what is visibly manipulated reveals a deep fascination with how we can alter nature and manufacture environments."