Heat up dinner and hop on Zoom for a presentation on March 10 at 6 p.m. by artist and adjunct faculty member Ashley York. York's current work explores the intersection of digital, industrial and natural landscapes. She expresses a longing to interact directly with natural environments through the analysis of objects reminiscent and symbolic of specific places. Pushing past replication, York tries to understand and communicate the composition of these landscapes through deconstruction and recombination.
Image: Ashley York, Arbitrary Architecture, 2016, stoneware. Courtesy of the artist.