We Are All Carbon Beings, by artist and musician Andrew Moon Bain, depicts a series of jet black beings running through a cosmic backdrop. Displaying stars within their bodies, his figures reference both their self-containment and the inter-relationships of the universe, reflecting the individual's power within the larger environment.
Rhode Island artist Kate Aitchison explores human intervention of free-flowing waterways in new, large-scale works on paper depicting the power, awe and obstruction of hydroelectric dams.
Ebb and Flow is an installation by artists May Babcock and Megan Singleton inspired by the waterways and flora of the Narragansett Bay. Dendritic patterns found in watershed maps and plant forms are interpreted using invasive plants that have been collected locally and transformed into handmade paper pulp.