Nov. 7th – Dec. 1st 2013
‘Whose Land We Laid Down & Wiped Away,’ will exhibit a new collection of work addressing land, nature and how we negotiate the contradictions in our way of defining these terms. In his signature style, these works reveal remote pastoral scenes, void of figurative presence, but containing an unavoidable human fingerprint. Examining man’s relationship to nature, Euclide concludes “When we dig from the Land everything we use to make something. When we put in the land everything we no longer want to know we made.” With this statement the artist asks us to question how and why we cultivate land, and what our treatment of these spaces means to us, environmentally and psychologically.