555 Gallery is pleased to present work that propels us into that great season, summer. Not only do seasons affect weather, growth, and agriculture, they also play a role in human mood and consciousness.
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Sarah and Robert Beck have created the site-specific installation In Addition to Permission: Electric Lifesaver Dino Blood II, a new installation using a mix of high and low materials, scavenged wood, hand-blown glass, and light. Sarah and Robert build installations that filter human urine in recirculating water systems to grow food and medicine. This is a dynamic commentary on the necessity of providing for our needs as a species in a holistic way; the more consideration we have for other species and food systems, and the more room on the planet we can make for biodiversity, the more stable and productive the entire system becomes. This unique hydrobioart piece illustrates the potential to grow our own food in a beautiful bubbling installation.