To Come to Earth Again

The Last Greenhouse, When Rivers Run Dry, and Walking with Geologists are three new and related photographic series that function as field notes in Alice Dixon's ongoing exploration of human interactions with nature. These depictions of sites from around the world, where humans and nature intersect, focus on the complex and contradictory relationships of proportion and affect.

In these images, physical perspectives parallel ontological considerations, as a visual medium is used to render ethical inquiries. Dixon offers three unique perspectives from Canada, Spain, and Japan; each one allowing viewers to consider their role as actors in the environments that sustain them.

                                                                               gallerywest | May 1 to 31, 2014 |

                                                    Featured Exhibition 2014 | Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

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