Where's Art: Summer Happenings at the Duluth Art Institute
The Duluth Art Institute is hosting a flurry of exhibits this summer.
Sara Pajunen presents Gitchi-Gami, a presentation that showcases "locally responsive media" which includes drone images and field recordings. Images that may at first appear abstract could become familiar upon closer examination.
Salvaged Memory by Wynn Davis (who is also a passionate high school teacher) is a compilation of gathered materials from daily runs. The result is a series of bright and familiar works that speak of the outdoors.
The separation between our modern human environment and the natural world is the focus of Dislocation by Steven Lemke and Kelsie Ward. This installation project consists of materials garnered from the construction industry.
Christopher E. Harrison's Contemporary Visions, which opened in May, is still on display. Patrons will have the opportunity to view this and all the exhibits daily from 10am-6pm throughout the summer.