Erin Gould: Strangers Collective | Mirror Box

“I’m acutely aware of my own physical fragility and my own evolving relationship with my body.”

Erin Gould sculpts ethereal works that investigate the weakness and fragility of the body. To do so, she works with her materials in a tactile, intimate way, often leaving her studio covered in beeswax, essential oils, and polyurethane.

 

Kyle Farrell, Alex Gill and Jordan Eddy, co-directors of Strangers Collective and the No Land art space, curate this exhibition of emerging artists and writers at form & concept. The show engages a network of early career creatives, anchored in Santa Fe and spiraling across the nation. Its curatorial throughline presents a radical method for reflecting on place and identity through art objects. 

 

Learn more about the exhibition.

View the full Strangers Collective | Mirror box artist series.

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