Brittany Rudolf: Collapse
September 6 @ 6:00 pm - September 22 @ 6:00 pmFree
COLLAPSE is an alternative rest-stop which brings the outdoors inside. An audio/visual installation created by Brittany Rudolf, COLLAPSE contrasts a spa experience with a camping trip, to
renegotiate who we are in spite of, as a condition of, and alongside the periphery of stress. The project s a temporary, working arrangement to think through the precariousness of increasing environmental, political, and social unrest. The tendency is perhaps to turn away from all of it, but we
receive daily reminders that things are not ok. COLLAPSE aims to simultaneously transport and ground. Through a combination of familiar but surreal markers, visitors are prompted to briefly
Brittany is a mixed media artist originally from Indianapolis, now living in Portland, Oregon. She builds upon mood and environment to create multi-sensory experiences that bring awareness to one’s own body, other people, and the earth. Her work implicates stewardship as a primary site for
consideration, and she uses uncanny familiarity to subtly draw connections between the liminal space of what we think we know, discovery, and comfort.