Artist Christopher Lin’s Earth Bound, is on view at Goucher College’s Bond Art Display Window from March 25 – May 25, 2024. This exhibit is free and open to the public. Located in the Athenaeum, the Bond Window is viewable from the Van Meter Parkway in front of Mary Fisher Hall, or from the Athenaeum’s Van Meter entrance.

A reception and cross-disciplinary artist talk will be held on Thursday, May 2, from 5 – 7 p.m. Panelists include artist Christopher Lin, Goucher science professor Germán Mora, and Goucher Art Galleries Director and Curator, Janna Dyk.

Goucher is pleased to present a site-specific interdisciplinary installation by Baltimore-born, New York based artist Christopher Lin with live plants, moss, books, and medical devices.

Making work in response to his long-standing scientific research, Lin creates artworks about human and interspecies experiences of climate change.

Lin’s Earth Bound is the first in a new experimental, interdisciplinary series exploring the intersections between art and climate change. The series engages the Bond Window, which is surrounded on three sides by floor to ceiling glass panels and is thus subject to a wide range of temperature variations, as a greenhouse environment.

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