Fault Lines: Art and the Environment

Exhibitions dates: April 2 - July 17, 2022
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC

The Midden – 4 years worth of the Wertheim sisters domestic plastic trash.

Photo courtesy North Carolina Museum of Art

In spring 2022, the North Carolina Museum of Art presents Fault Lines: Art and the Environment, an exhibition of art in response to climate change. “Through video, photography, sculpture, and mixed-media works, 14 contemporary artists address urgent environmental issues, consequences of inaction, and opportunities for sustainable environmental stewardship and restoration,” writes curator Linda Doherty.

The exhibition also introduces the North Carolina Satellite Reef, a community made reef constructed by 400+ citizens of North Carolina. See here for list of all NCSR contributors

fishing net full of plastic trash hanging from gallery ceiling

The Midden – 4 years worth of the Wertheim sisters domestic plastic trash.

Photo courtesy North Carolina Museum of Art
fishing net full of plastic trash hanging from gallery ceiling

The Midden – 4 years worth of the Wertheim sisters domestic plastic trash.

Photo courtesy North Carolina Museum of Art