Infrastructure and the Industrial Age

Royce Howland & Kirsten Costoulas

Exhibition dates: Feb 1 – Mar 29
Opening reception: Feb 1, 6-9pm

At the intersection of human civilization and the land, we can find both harmony and conflict. Royce Howland’s work “Industrial Age” looks for intriguing visuals while exploring old industrial locations that are often tucked away within beautiful landscapes. Through images made in these places where culture and land converge, Royce hopes to inspire reflection on how we have inhabited the land in the past, the nature of our culture now, and the shared future we hope to build.

Art and design exist in the most unexpected places. Through the documentation of found objects, Kirsten Costoulas’s “Infrastructure” highlights the beautification of the mundane. This fifteen year ongoing project seeks to inspire curiosity to explore for beauty in the most unlikely areas of our world.

Photo by Royce Howland
Photo by Kirsten Costoulas