Better known for her participation in the Land art movement of the 1960s and ’70s, Michelle Stuart here presents eight new works, each made up of a grid of photos. The mostly black-and-white and sepia-toned prints include original and appropriated images, some digitally altered and other left as is. Stuart’s sources are mysterious; some images seem culled from a prairie road trip decades (if not longer) ago, while others depict crop circles, dead bugs, wild animals and spookily rendered people.
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