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Beauty Passing Through Us: Natural History and Art as Intervention

An Exhibition in Support of Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss

June 24 - August 26, 2021

River Paths and Mountain Relics

 

Roger Asay and Rebecca Davis

Stone and aggregate found in, around and under the city of Tucson Arizona, constructed along a 12 city block length of Mountain Ave in Tucson AZ

River Paths and Mountian Relics is a public art project created for the city of Tucson Arizona and was constructed along a 12 city block length of Mountain Ave in the heart of the city.   Stone and aggregate found in, around and under Tucson was used to create a wandering, river-like ribbon of aggregate accented with periodic boulder arrangements.  Created  in the midst of cars, bikes, pedestrians, buses, homes and businesses, this project seeks to bring into view the underlying core from which the city arose.

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