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T.I.M.E. (Temporary Installations Made for The Environment) Edgewood 2017

T.I.M.E. Edgewood 2017 encompasses five public temporary environmentally based artworks exhibited in various locations in Edgewood, New Mexico. This year's theme is persistence. The work is made possible by Art in Public Places Program of New Mexico Arts, Route 66 Arts Alliance, and City of Edgewood. 

Persist, Repeat, Reflect by Joanna Keane Lopez is a sculptural installation that celebrates the persistence of the human being’s interaction with the landscape of Edgewood, New Mexico. The work engages the memory and nostalgia of materials such as adobe mud for building, earthen plastering techniques and architectural forms unique to the region. The work mirrors back the viewer and backdrop of the environment in contemplation, examination and reflection.

Opening Reception: July 1, 2017 


Earlier Event: May 20
Papermaking with Wildcrafted Plants
Later Event: July 18
Interview w/ Tierra Firme Projects