Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande

516 ARTS and partners present Species in Peril Along the Rio Grande, an exhibition and series of regional public programs responding to the global biological crisis. Co-curated by Josie Lopez, Ph.D., Curator of Art, Albuquerque Museum, and Subhankar Banerjee, Lannan Chair and Professor of Art &Ecology, UNM. "521" is a commissioned installation i constructed entirely from natural materials harvested from the land on which i live. "521" relates specifically to the New Mexico meadow jumping mouse, an endangered species, given a timeline of only 521 weeks from their listing date to live until extinction. 

Click here for a short film about the project

Click here for program guide for the project

Exhibition: September 28- December 28, 2019

516 Arts Contemporary Museum-Albuquerque, NM

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