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Rooted In Soil Exhibition

Molly Schafer

Jenny Kendler's How to Disappear (Hideout for Endangered Hummingbirds) 2012

Jenny Kendler's How to Disappear (Hideout for Endangered Hummingbirds) 2012

One week left to see "Rooted in Soil" at the DePaul Art Museum. ESPP founder  and artistJenny Kendler has work in the show along with ESPP friend Claire Pentecost. 

Exhibition details can be found here. The exhibition description is as follows:

Soil is omnipresent: a life-sustaining but overlooked medium whose cycle of decomposition and regeneration forms the very basis of  life itself. Yet human activities such as large-scale farming and deforestation are compromising the health of soil on a global scale.  This exhibition will bring together works by contemporary artists that explore multiple aspects of soil, documenting natural processes and human interventions, and  proposing radically innovative solutions that combine leading-edge scientific approaches and fresh artistic and philosophical perspectives.

Artists include: Jane Fulton Alt, Vaughn Bell, Edward Burtynsky, John Gerrard, Julia Goodman, Jenny Kendler, Jae Rhim Lee, Sally Mann, Vik Muniz, Claire Pentecost, Justin Rang, Arthur Rothstein, Linda Swanson, Sam Taylor-Johnson, and Adriaen van Utrecht. And a special installation byChicago Wildsounds.