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Caroline Roberts presents “Present,” an installation of large fabric panels representing years of weather data collected from Houston’s Hobby Airport. The work will be on view at the HCC Stafford Fine Art Gallery January 21st – February 21st.
the present of my life looks different under trees, is a quote from a passage in Annie Dillard’s “Pilgrim at Tinker Creek” in which she muses on the differences between “soft-shelled humans” and the trees with their bark shields and immense lifespans. Trees ‘remember’ the weather through their growth rings and, in fossilized remains, the pattern of these rings is used to study past climates. What will current, living trees tell the future?
This installation consists of sixty 11’ high panels, each one representing a year of weather data from Hobby airport. The lightweight, fabricView more
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Reception: Wednesday January 22nd, 12pm-2pm. Light food and beverages (no alcohol) will be served.
10041 Cash Road, Stafford, TX 77477