WATER IMBALANCE — A Visual Conversation

March 18 to April 1, 2015

Open every day, 8 am to 10 pm

ASU Art Building, 900 S Forest Mall

Tempe, AZ 85281 

Curated by Danielle Eubank and Sandra Mueller, the “Water Imbalance” exhibition is set to coincide with the 2015 Balance UnBalance Conference at Arizona State University in Tempe from March 27-29, 2015. The eight women artists in the exhibition work in a variety of media including painting, photography, drawing and installation. The artworks speak to the preciousness of water—especially in women’s lives—and the considerable impact of drought. Short written statements by each artist challenge viewers to consider their own ideas about the imbalance of clean, available water without an apparent solution. The conference brings multiple disciplines together with participants coming from 24 countries to the ASU campus. The conference theme, ‘Water, Climate, Place: Re-Imagining Environments’ aims to provoke discussion and reflection on how our climate is changing and what our future might hold.

Participating artists: Kim Abeles, Sukey Bryan, Eco-Art Collective, Elizabeth Damon, Danielle Eubank, J. J. L’Heureux, Sandra Mueller and Melissa Reischman.

Danielle Eubank is a painter, curator, expedition artist, adjunct faculty member at University of La Verne and a 2014-15 recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant. Her work has been shown in Europe, Asia and the US. She received her MFA from UCLA. Sandra Mueller is a interdisciplinary artist, editor/writer and curator whose work, which focuses on the intersection of ecology and feminism, has been shown throughout the Pacific Rim. The duo met while working in interactive media more than 20 years ago and re-connected at a 2010 ecology conference at the David Brower Center in Berkeley.


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