A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human & Ecological Garden: Bonnie Ora Sherk’s Multimedia Installation at Nevada Museum of Art On View Now Through January 21 !

Bonnie Ora's installation at Unsettled Exhibition

Visit the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, Nevada to see the Exhibition ‘Unsettled’ and view Bonnie Ora Sherk’s new multimedia installation aligned with color, light and the polar directions — A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human And Ecological Garden.

The ‘Unsettled’ Exhibition (August 26, 2017 – January 21, 2018), curated by Joanne Northrup, Senior Curator from the Nevada Museum of Art, shows work of artists from the Greater West from Alaska to South America.  Please visit to see this futuristic artwork on A Living Library as a planetary genre before it closes on January 21.

Next the Exhibition travels to the Anchorage Museum of Art  in Alaska (April 06 – September 09, 2018) and then Palm Springs Museum of Art in Southern California (October 27, 2018 – February 18, 2019).

Enjoy some images of Bonnie Ora Sherk’s multimedia installation within an installation:  A Living Library Is Cultivating The Human And Ecological Garden.

Bonnie Ora's installation at Nevada Museum of Art

Video showing Bonnie Ora Sherk's previous work

Bonnie Ora's installation at Unsettled Exhibition

Bonnie Ora's installation at Nevada Museum of Art

Bonnie Ora Sherk's installation at Nevada Museum of Art

Bonnie Ora Sherk's installation at Nevada Museum of Art

Bonnie Ora's installation at Nevada Museum of Art

Last year, Bonnie Ora Sherk was invited to the 2017 Art + Environment Conference (Oct 19 – Oct 21 2017) to talk about her work and her multimedia installation in the Unsettled Exhibition. Read more about her presentation on Reframing the Watersheds of the West, at the conference.

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