Natalie Goulet / Jazz Keillor

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Event Details

January 30th – February 25th
Opening Reception: February 1st – 6pm to 8pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, February 17th – 2pm


Natalie Goulet’s process-based work sheds a light on the often overlooked absurdities of Iceland’s tourist industry. Through forms of slow photography, she questions the paradoxical relationship between the sublime beauty of Icelandic nature and the commodification of the landscape.

Jazz Keillor offers a profound reflection on the ways in which we accumulate and ritualize objects in the 21st century. Her paintings and drawings ponder the ecological and psychological burden of personal possessions, and the tensions this burden holds with the way that objects bring us meaning, joy and a sense of identity.

Together, these two artists invite contemplation on the intersecting notions of ownership, nature and the human experience in a capitalist world.


January 30 (Tuesday) - February 25 (Sunday)


The Craig Main Gallery