Landscapes are imprinted by structure, trace, and memory. These acts of mark making reflect modes of production and infrastructures engrained into a culture. Fictional landscapes have been produced here as a result of imagination, play, restraint, and inspiration from the American landscape.
Manufactured metal components were organized along a grid upon a landscape of sculpted and sifted flour.
flour, metal, concrete
Andrew Strong is an interdisciplinary artist from California. He attended Whitman College where he received a BA in Environmental Studies – Studio Art in 2013. He has since spent time working in education and on arts related projects as well as traveling.