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  • Dates: December 22, 2020
  • Location: Amon Carter Museum of American Art
  • Time: Dec. 22-Feb. 28
This immersive, site-responsive installation by Texas-based artist Natasha Bowdoin challenges past, present, and future relationships with the natural world using intricate and immense botanical forms. Through her two and three-dimensional paper creations, Bowdoin subverts the idyllic conventions of floral imagery and creates a meditation on the beauty of uncontrollable forces. Germinating macabre and unpredictable wildlife in her nighttime garden, the artist reconstructs the traditionally feminine associations of botanical themes to emphasize the unwieldy beauty of transformation in nature.