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Fri, Apr 19

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Mann Art Gallery

Like a Rolling Stone – Habitat | Opening Reception

Join us for an immersive exploration into the intricate web of relationships between land, wildlife, and humanity, as artist Heinke Fink delves into one of the most urgent inquiries of our time. The exhibition will be on display from April 16 - June 22, 2024.

Like a Rolling Stone – Habitat | Opening Reception
Like a Rolling Stone – Habitat | Opening Reception

Date, Times, and Location

Apr 19, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Mann Art Gallery, 142 12 St W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 3B5, Canada

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In their captivating exhibition "Like a Rolling Stone - Habitat", Heike Fink confronts the unsettling imbalance perpetuated by human complacency, posing a profound question: What holds greater significance - the fleeting wealth amassed through reckless exploitation of resources, or a conscientious harmony with our environment?

Drawing inspiration from the enduring vision of a harmonious coexistence within nature, Heike Fink crafts a visual narrative where rocks and animal species serve as poignant symbols of resilience and vulnerability. Through meticulously sculpted animal figures and reverent depictions of geological formations, the artist beckons us to reconsider our stewardship of the earth and the urgent need for a more sustainable approach to life.

Heike Fink finds profound fascination in the untamed expanses of Canada, contrasting it with the diminishing wilderness of Europe. In their art, nature emerges as both muse and mentor, inviting viewers to reconnect with the earth and heed its timeless wisdom.

At the heart of the exhibition lies the profound symbolism of bedrock and animal sculptures - echoes of the past and guardians of the future. Just as the ancient rocks bear witness to the ebb and flow of history, the resilient fauna serve as steadfast reminders of our collective responsibility towards the land we inhabit.

Join us for the opening reception on April 19th at 7:00 pm at the Mann Art Gallery as we journey through Fink's evocative exploration of the profound interplay between humanity and the natural world. This exhibition, recently returned from its display in Germany, promises to inspire contemplation and spark dialogue on our collective role as stewards of the Earth.

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