“No Man’s Land” celebrates the mythology of a world once whole and unspoiled. Inspired by Shintoism and modern conservation, Arboleda and Yata’s works care- fully examine the land and life as it once was. The terrain as the incubator, a messy placenta for the fertile force that generates an abundance of conscious organisms. Organic intelligence sprang forth in the form of animals, plants, and fungi. These were faithful stewards of the land, the direct ancestors that ultimately gave way to our relatively recent species, homo sapiens. The enigma of this environment is memorialized in the body of work for reverence of the natural world and the remark- able beauty of its creatures.
The exhibition will be on view until September 28th, 2019.
By: SUPERSONIC ART