Artists Clare Patey and Matt Moore, along with Gordon Knox and Heather Sealy Lineberry, discuss a new collaborative exhibition and initiative that explores fundamental changes occurring during our lifetimes and potential means of dealing with such changes culturally. This project explores both biological loss (the dramatic extinction of 90% of biodiversity) and cultural loss (letter writing, the practice of darning socks, or the loss of generational farming knowledge). ASU Art Museum‘s Knox and Lineberry moderate the discussion within the context of the evolving role of the museum in society from archive to agent of social change. Sponsored by ASU Art Museum.
- Clare Patey (London, UK), artist clarepatey.com
- Matt Moore (Phoenix, USA) is a multi-media artist and fourth-generation farmer. matthewmoore.com
- Gordon Knox, Arizona State University Art Museum (USA) Director, moderator. sfai.edu/bios/gordon-knox
- Heather Sealy Lineberry, Senior Curator, moderator herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/profile/heather-lineberry