March 8, 2019 - April 7, 2019
Opening reception  Friday, March 8, 7-9PM 
Lincoln Arts Project | 289 Moody Street | Waltham, MA

in-habit, a group exhibition co-curated by Elizabeth Moy and Wendy Wolf will be on view March 8 - April 7. Participating artists include Freedom Baird, Hannah Perrine Mode and Sandrine Schaefer. Drawing on a variety of approaches including performance, installation and photography, in-habit takes a nuanced look at our relationship to the natural world, questions established norms, and considers how our interconnectedness is shifting with rapid man-made climate change.

Artist Hannah Perrine Mode uses the earth as both material and subject for storytelling and will be exhibiting Body Geology (Flow) a performance based work and Europa (Pouring in from Taurus), a series of cyanotypes made from ice water samples taken from her artist in residence at the Juneau Icefield Research Program. gaggle, the latest endurance based performance piece by Sandrine Schaefer exploring human infiltration and its role in the disruption of the migratory pattern of geese will also be on view. Interdisciplinary artist, Freedom Baird will present the Human Nature Field Desk where visitors are encouraged to sit and ponder the origins of the human/nature divide, learn about the Human Nature Dictionary, and coin new words that reflect how humans are a part of nature, not separate from it.

Artist talk with Sandrine Schaefer
Saturday, March 16, 4pm
Lincoln Arts Project | 289 Moody Street | Waltham, MA

Artist, Sandrine Schaefer will share research from their recent work, gaggle, an endurance-based performance that asks what happens when a space designated for passing through becomes marked as home. Created in conversation with Fujiko Nakaya’s fog sculpture, Fog x Canopygaggle was inspired by everyday collisions between human and goose activity that occur along the Clemente Field path where the work was sited. Sandrine will share insight into their artistic process and past works that have engaged non-human to human relation. 

in-habit is part of a month-long pop-up organized by Blueprint Projects. In addition to this exhibition, Blueprint Projects has organized a series of free public programs exploring how artists are addressing climate change and it's effect on our environment, our eco-system and our relationship to one another. To find out more about these events and to learn more visit www.blueprintprojects.org.