This installation will show how natural elements can blend into our modern age, while examining the disintegration and remnants that technology brings. At one end, natural pieces will be featured including dried leaves, moss, and slightly buried animal bones and skulls. At the opposite end, discarded electrical equipment and remnants of the current times will be displayed. These two concepts will slowly blend together with a subtle element of interaction.
Transformation and evolution are the themes.
Cheryl Johnson is a teacher and taxidermist. She has embraced the strange and works with curious finds and natural materials from the backwoods of rural New Brunswick. Some of her recent works include dried moths, a taxidermied mouse in a teacup, and an articulated deer vertebrae backbone.
Raven Blue is an interdisciplinary artist based in Saint John, NB. He has produced experimental works in film, and music in collaboration with artists in the Atlantic Region. He has been making experimental films and music from an early age and has an affinity for taking photographs in the neighborhoods of Saint John.
Coming soon! Check back on August 21, 2020.