There's a reason why the natural world has been a central figure in visual art since, well, forever—its precarity, beauty, and impact on our lives can't be overstated. David Benjamin Sherry, Tatyana Murray, and Devon Tsuno dig into it in Examining Flora, a group exhibition rife with tenderness and a few questions. What does it mean to be a non-native plant, to be endangered, to be fabricated or organic? Sherry, Murray, and Tsuno hint at their own roles in the natural flow of things, too.
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