Remember the day you let go of the handlebars while riding your bike.
You proudly shouted out, “Mom, look, no hands!”
As a site of scientific production, deemed to have cultural-historical value, we expand conceptually to look at human-constructed sites that blur the borders between public and private space, between human and nonhuman nature.
- Where do you stand in the nature?
- Where does “nature” fit into this man-made architectural space?
- How do we function and move around institutions, physically and mentally?
- How can art be transformed into scientific research and vice versa?
Centered around the idea of hybrid research, underlining the openness and fluidity of the artistic disciplines, Mom, Look, Birds! owns the social and political implications of this intermingling and creates public understandability.
Mom, Look, Birds is a one-night-only exhibition of live performance, video, sculpture, photography, and other art, all of which engage with the topic of art and ecology.
Millington, Williamsburg, Virginia, United States