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Geologic Dialogues - Part Vl Time-based / Performative

  • Thursday, April 18, 2024
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • ZOOM - Mountain Time

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  • ecoartspace members plus one guest
  • This event is $5 for non-members

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Geologic Dialogues through May 2024

Part VI - Time-based / Performative

Thursday, April 18

United States: 10am HDT, 1pm PDT, 2pm MDT, 3pm CDT, 4pm EDT

Europe: 21:00 GMT

Australia: Friday, April 19, 6:00am AEDT

The Geologic Dialogues series is organized around our recently launched annual online exhibition + printed book The New Geologic Epoch. For each event, member/artists included in the exhibition who are engaged with similar or complimentary mediums/topics, will present their work. For this sixth event in April, we feature artists who are making time-based and performative/narrative works. 

Roberta Trentin, Erin Wiersma, Nitin Mukul and Mia Mulvey

Each presenter will have approximately 15 minutes to discuss/present their work, with Q&A to follow.


Gif Images: ©Roberta Trentin, EXTRACTOCENE, 2022, mycelium grown on hemp hurds, each letter is 2 x 1.5 x 0.6 feet, in-situ 23 feet wide; Erin Wiersma on the Kansas Prarie performing her charcoal on paper works made in collaboration with nature; Nitin Mukul, Heat Maps (Winter Solstice 2021) (still), clay collected from the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, charred wood from a fire in NYC, acrylic inks and paint, silicone oil, filmed on 12 / 21 / 21 in Queens, New York; environmental sound recorded in Hyderabad, India, 12 / 21 / 21, by @kdeduljimusic, 10 mins; Mia Mulvey, The Mobility of Geology: Valley of Fires, NM, 2023, digital photograph, documentation of sculptural action in landscape, 15 x 25 inches.



Member presenters


Roberta Trentin is a Brooklyn based multidisciplinary artist who works in collaboration with the materials and the unknown outcomes. Her work explores overlooked stories of fungi, microorganisms, and plants in the more-than-human world. A background in science and a love of the earth result in an interweaving of macro/micro observations and deeply personal stories in her work. She received her Master’s Degree in Agriculture Science and Technology from the university of Florence, Italy before moving to New York City to study Photography in the General Studies program at the International Center of Photography. Trentin earned her MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from the NOMAD program at University of Hartford. Her work was feature in Abundance Of Life, Bio Art Seoul group exhibition at Gwacheon National Science Museum, Seoul, South Korea; on the an/aesthetics, group show at Rosekill Farm, Rosendale NY and in the MYCRO Mag, an NYU student-run interdisciplinary print and online publication. www.robertatrentin.com



Erin Wiersma is a visual artist whose ongoing studio practice focuses on the body's capacity to absorb and respond to an environment. Her current practice is site-specific, located within Konza Prairie Biological Station. She is represented by Robischon Gallery in Denver, Colorado, and Galerie Wehlau in Munich, Germany, which published "After the Burn," a catalog of her most recent exhibition. Wiersma's work has been featured in numerous exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Selections from her exhibition history include "Earthly Observatory" at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Galleries, "Reading the World" at the Spencer Museum of Art, and Wester: Works on Paper from the Konza Prairie at the Mid-America Arts Alliance, along with various solo and group exhibitions. She has also been selected for multiple residencies, speaking engagements, commissions, and publications, including the 20/21 The Drawing Center's Viewing Program, the 2022 Prairie Festival Artist at The Land Institute, and The Center for Human and Nature's publication "Minding Nature." https://erinwiersma.com


Nitin Mukul is an American visual artist of Indian descent mapping spaces where painting and video intersect as a durational experience. He has lived and worked in Massachusetts, India, Los Angeles, Washington DC, and currently New York City. In 2020 he was Artist in Residence at Caldera Arts in Sisters, Oregon, and is the recipient of 2020 and 2023 fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts. His work has been shown  at The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pioneer Works, The Queens Museum, Lincoln Center, and The Rubin Museum, among others. www.nitinmukul.com 



Mia Mulvey explores the recording of time, climate change and our relationship to remote landscapes through such forms as ancient trees, ice and geology. Through field research in locations such as Scandinavia, the Western US and the Arctic Circle, she is interested in information bound in the land through layers and forms. In an effort to honor the “ground truth” of specific locations, her process involves utilizing technology to sculpturally record and investigate the environment. Mulvey received her M.F.A from Cranbrook Academy of Art and her B.F.A from Arizona State University. Her work has shown in numerous galleries and venues such as the Denver Art Museum, American Museum of Ceramic Art, ASU Ceramic Research Center,  Kohler Art Center and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. She has received numerous grants and residencies at the Montello Foundation, Kohler Arts in Industry, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center and The Arctic Circle. www.miamulveystudio.com



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