Open Studio: Sunday May 29, 2022, 4-7pm
BoxoPROJECTS 62732 Sullivan Road Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Dylan McLaughlin is a sound and video performance artist who critically examines legacies of extraction and resilience. His project in Joshua Tree, Felt Topography, is a set of site-specific visual and acoustic experiments using various performative tools to examine concepts of deep time stillness and displacement. They form meditations on relationships to place, harmony, and disharmony and what is emerging is a portrait of fragility, vulnerability, resistance, adaptation, and transformation. BoxoPROJECTS invites you to join us for Dylan’s open studio to experience the visual and sonic outcomes of this data collected during his residency.
About the Artist: Dylan McLaughlin is a sound and video artist, storyteller, and educator currently living and working in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His work explores forms of witness and implication around threatened ecologies through experimental music scores and portraits of place, looking to engage the poetics and politics of environmental activism and policy. He received his BFA in New Media Art from the Institute of American Indian Arts, and completed his Master of Fine Arts in Art & Ecology at the University of New Mexico.
Artist website: https://coverground.org