Anne Wilkes Tucker and Brad Temkin (Invited)
Friday, March 06 - 2:00PM to 2:45PM
Most aspects of contemporary human existence, including water supply, air quality, and ultimately our physical and mental health, are impacted by population growth and urbanization. While tension necessarily exists between our survival and our resources, Temkin's practice focuses on humanity's delicate interdependence with the environment—how we appreciate and accommodate it, and how it accommodates us. By capturing beauty that exists in this relationship, this work encourages the viewer to ask their own questions about urbanization, infrastructure, and environmental responsibility. This conversation between Anne Wilkes Tucker and Brad Temkin focuses on advocating for the positive of humanity rather than the glaring aspects of environmental plunder.