I Sea Us Together is a fabric installation that invites the viewer to become part of an ocean sampling playground. This is where pieces of the sea environment are plucked, analyzed, and boiled down to the simplest form, then stitched backed together. It demonstrates the idea of natural and synthetic elements within a marine ecosystem living in symbiosis. As your wading through water you can explore the microscopic marine biosphere and the parallel to that, the microplastic realm. Each sharing similar traits, but surfacing in different places in the space. The work dives into the question of how do we approach the general scope of an environment when we have the tendency to break it down into pieces?
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Earlier Event: February 23The Abstract Athlete Exhibition Opening
Later Event: February 25Samantha Bantly, Megan Phillips, Clayton Turner: LiQuiddity