Jun 21-23, 2024

At the End of the Apocalypse, We Fruit

“At the End of the Apocalypse, We Fruit,” is an audiovisual installation exploring how mythology and story shape our relationship to self, landscape, and the earth. Interdisciplinary artist and environmental scientist Willow Gatewood brings you on a journey with story, song, visuals, and music made in collaboration with plants and fungi through a process called biopsonification. How do we reclaim hope for the future from classical narratives of shame, isolation, end? How do we relate to our bodies and the other life around us?

Jun 21, 5:30pm
the 108, 108 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY
This event is free to attend, no ticket necessary.

Willow Gatewood

Willow is an environmental scientist, interdisciplinary artist, musician, and storyteller from rural Virginia. Their practice includes recycled and bio-based installation art, words, music, and biosonification (turning processes within living organisms into music and sound). They often weave themes of ecology and gender with an autobiographical exploration of nature, and feel driven to use intersections of art, science, and technology to tackle environmental and social issues. Their work has been featured in publications including Soft Star Magazine, The Purposeful Mayonnaise, and the Rachel Carson Council’s website, among others. Their first poetry collections, tangerine and Salt are published by Bottlecap Press.

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