Sanford Gallery @ ZMP

Horizons

On view through May 2021 – Curated by Elisa Lanzi and Margo Temple from the 2021 Flat File Project – 

Between two worlds life hovers like a star, twixt night and morn, upon the horizon’s verge. Lord Byron

Our eyes seek the geographic certainty of a horizon in the landscape – the place where earth meets the sky. As the sun breaks over the horizon it signifies hope — yes, there will be another new day. In this pandemic time of uncertainty, we are asking, what is next on the horizon and what disappeared over the last horizon. In geology the term applies to a natural soil layer deposited at a particular time usually identified by distinctive fossils. These horizon layers are markers of change in the earth.

 

 

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