by Tim Gordon
Examine male and female power in an apocalyptic world, or explore evolution and extinction from the point of view of rocks. Either way, the New Frontier category will be an experience in itself.
A Common Sequence
An interconnected look at tradition, colonialism, property, faith, and science, as seen through labor practices that link an endangered salamander, mass-produced apples, and the evolving fields of genomics and machine learning.
An embodied rumination of both male and female power, healing and haunting, all within an apocalyptic world. A transformation that courses from unknown terror to untamed collective joy.
Evolution and extinction from the point of view of rocks. A humid take on minerals, where sci-fi meets sci-fact. The geo-biosphere is a place of evolutionary possibility, where humans disappear but life endures.