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J

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: J,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

The prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

K

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: K,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

The prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

L

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: J,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

The prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

M

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: J,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

The prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

N

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: J,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

The prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

O

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: J,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

The prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

P

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: P,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

Continuing in this line of work, the prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

Q

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: Q,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

Continuing in this line of work, the prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

R

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: R,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

Continuing in this line of work, the prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00

S

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Xavier Cortada, “{in water}: S,” 12″ x 16″, archival ink on paper, 2018.

Xavier Cortada collaborated with Florida Coastal Everglades Long-Term Ecological Research (FCE LTER) scientists to better understand the impact of global climate change on our ecosystems. The works in the “{in water}” exhibition are inspired by their scientific research.

Continuing in this line of work, the prints from “{in water}” show how the artist explores the effects of abstraction on the diatom imagery, conceptually transforming the viewer into an omniscient voyeur, staring into the foundations of life. Prints from the “{in water}” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee.

 

$500.00