Abbey Campbell


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

May 23-June 6 2014
The Howard Art Project
Dorchester, MA

Abbey Campbell
Nathaniel Grossman
Spencer Hinson

National Geographic takes as its point of departure issues of representation in political ecology. Here, artists and art objects serve as spokespersons for nonhuman entities, at once creating and bringing into focus discrepancies between our external reality and its varied representations. While rooted in the factual, the works place emphasis on their own aestheticization, understanding it as not extraneous but necessary for their involvement within social or political frameworks.


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N9, N10, A4, S1

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC S1

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A4

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N9, N10

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N8, S2, S3

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC S3

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A3

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A3

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A3

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A6

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N6, A3, N7

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N7

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A5, N5

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A5

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A5

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A1

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A1, N1

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A2

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A2

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N4

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A2, N2, S4

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N2

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC S4

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC N3

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