Art from a Distance: Genius Loci at Zygote Press

Installation view from Genius Loci

In this installment of CAN’s Art from a Distance series, take an eerily silent tour of Genius Loci _toward understanding of place, at Zygote Press. The exhibit features works of Boston-native, Pittsburgh-based Tressa Jones and Arron Foster, who is currently visiting professor of printmaking at Ohio University.

As the curators say in a statement, “Place carries the markings of time and change. Through intuitive observing, studying, and documenting specific locations humans become witnesses to place changes and subsequent impacts on the human experience.” The exhibit aims “to investigate and and place to explore themes of time, change, longing, and loss.” It opened March 13, and will have an online closing event with a curator talk 6-8 pm Friday, May 15.



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