Daniel McCormick: Iterations of Ecological Art and Design

February 19, 2011 to May 15, 2011

Working in both urban and agricultural watersheds McCormick responds to environmental issues using a problem solving design process to give aesthetic weight to ecological solutions.  His body of work becomes a “citizen science” inquiry into water quality.  McCormick is an interdisciplinary artist creating ecological sculptures that work with natural systems.  He looks beyond witnessing and documenting environmental change to create art that becomes positive interventions.  McCormick’s sculptures are often ephemeral and temporal–when these interventions are completed and a restoration cycle is established, he intends that the artist’s presence is no longer apparent.

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