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SE Bachinger
  -  Art   -  Exhibition : Earth’s Reflection – Trolley Barn Gallery – Poughkeepsie, NY | June 14-Aug 9

I am very excited to announce the first public exhibition of my video/spoken work/sound project Elegy For A Glacier is currently on exhibit at the Trolley Barn Gallery in Poughkeepsie, NY through August 9. I look forward to visiting the gallery space to view the exhibit upon my return from FEMeeting this week and will be sure to share some photos from the space as well.  If you happen to visit the gallery – please send along some photos of your visit!  Thank you to the amazing curators at Trolley Barn Gallery for including my work.

Here is more information about the exhibit and events during the duration of it:

For this exhibition, the Trolley Barn Gallery will bring together a compassionate roster of artists who specialize in work that brings attention to pollution prevention in a way that offers solutions for one of humanity’s most pressing global crises. This exhibition will focus on artistic interpretations of pollution prevention including themes of environmental justice and climate change activism. Artists explored themes inspired by the Earth; translating the sciences of ecology and geology to an experiential art. This exhibition features artists working in 2D and 3D mediums of upcycled materials, sound, video, and performance.

We are looking back at our mistakes, looking forward to solutions, and holding space for our present circumstances. And with the education and support of local artists and activists, the youth curators have equipped themselves with the skills to think outside the box and inspire collective action in Poughkeepsie.

Special Events

Opening Reception | Friday, June 14 | 6 – 8PM


 Community Clean Up | Friday, July 19 | 12 – 2:30PM
• Sustainability Lecture | Friday, July 19 | 4 – 5PM
• Upcycled Art Workshop | Saturday, July 20 | 12 – 4PM

Community Clean Up | Saturday, August 3 | 12 – 2:30PM

“Stewards of the Water” Panel Discussion | Saturday, August 3 | 3 – 5PM

Funding provided by the Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Any opinions, findings, and/or interpretations of data contained herein are the responsibility of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the opinions, interpretations, or policy of Rochester Institute of Technology and its NYS Pollution Prevention Institute or the State.

As a collaborator with the more-than-human, her work attempts to transmute their material experiences through archive + art. She is interested in exploring and opening spaces for speculative communications between more-than-human agents + humans as a means of presenting alternative perspectives to anthropocentric histories + imagined futures.