Lincoln Arts Institute August exhibit

Linoln Arts Institute will characteristic “Inhabiting Rivers, Unfinishing Circles” for his or her August exhibit. The present opens with a gap reception from 5 to eight p.m., Thursday, Aug. 11 on the Lincoln Arts Institute, 112 S. McLean St., in Lincoln.

A river is a metaphor – as Heraclitus wrote, “no [person] ever steps in the identical river twice” – the place time adjustments ourselves, the world, and our expertise of the world. As Maggie Nelson writes, a river is a blue emotion on which we’re carried. In her case the metaphor is geared toward understanding mortality: “In case you are in love with blue you fill your pouch with stones good for sucking and head all the way down to the river. Any river will do.”

In all instances, a metaphorical river is a location that carries histories and feelings within the type of flotsam and jetsam. “Inhabiting Rivers, Unfinishing Circles” presents approaches to inspecting or excavating histories and feelings, flotsam and jetsam.

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