Life as we know it @ InterAccess

“Life as we know it,” a group exhibition that “erodes the human/nature binary by studying, collaborating with, and emulating nature’s forms and processes” opens at Toronto’s InterAccess. Curated by Megan MacLaurin, the show assembles work by Ananda Gabo & Anastasiya Yatsuk, Keeley Haftner, Robert Hengeveld, and others, that decentres anthropocentrism and foregrounds plant, animal, fungal, and bacterial knoweldge.

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$40 USD