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Scatter Terrain

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Scatter Terrain

The term “scatter terrain,” borrowed from role-playing and war games, refers to miniature fragments of architecture, natural features, or small props that provide a visual aid for players. This exhibition presents pockets of “terrain” – peculiar landscapes, architectural gestures, intimate domestic corners – as a metaphorical means of escape from the pandemic and connection to those who are far away. What started as a call for disparate glimpses into distant lives and locations is now shifting toward a realization that our communal sense of place is still marked by a reckoning with an ailing world and an urgent need for new perspectives. Scatter Terrain was co-curated by Anthony Cervino and Shannon Egan, features 25 artists, and first premiered at Ejecta Projects.

HUB-Robeson Center
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM, every day through Jul 17, 2022.

Event Supported By

HUB-Robeson Galleries
(814) 865-2563
kjk175@psu.edu

HUB-Robeson Center

HUB-Robeson Center
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802