Alicia Escott
Part of a Brief History of the SunsetAnd the crowd rushed together, trying to keep warm..Letters Sent Sometime After The Continents Separated. ReadymadesLittered drawings Life-Sized Drawn Surrogates In the Spring of 2011....Biodegradable drawings and Archive Drawings of Biodegradable drawingsDrawings to be recycled where facilities existExercises in erasure Paintings on PolyStyrene disposable sushi containersOlder WorkVideoLimited edition prints 2013The crowd had rushed together, trying to stay warm...March 25th, 2011CV
I am interested in the function of rapid evolution in a moment of profound global change. Connecting the speed of change today with the speed of change in the geologic history of the planet. These issues touch on conservation, mediating climate change, technology, rapid species loss, adaption, the singularity, solastalgia, living through the anthropocene and the experience of love and loss in a human life.

Alicia Bainbridge Escott