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garden encased by wooden panels

Spencer Finch, Lost Man Creek, 2016, Installation at MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY. Source: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C. Photo courtesy the artist.

Join multidisciplinary artist Spencer Finch in conversation with Sarah Newman, SAAM’s James Dicke Curator of Contemporary Art. Finch is best known for his large-scale, site-specific works that explore changing landscapes, such as the Hudson River and Great Salt Lake. Through his work, he touches on the ideas of memory, environmentalism, the passage of time, and perception of experience. In this conversation, Finch will discuss his work and process, as well as the ways in which environmentalism connects to what he does. This program is presented in partnership with Smithsonian Associates. 

This event is free. Registration is required. Tickets available beginning March 4.

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