Nature is beautiful, romantic and tranquil — that is, until you are in the middle of it. For most of human history, we have been trying to conquer, control and triumph over nature, creating safe shelter so as not to be at its mercy. Of course, now that we have obliterated a lot of the natural world, we are idealizing and romanticizing it. These issues are at the heart of Peat Duggins's show, "St. Boniface's Last Days" at... More >>>
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Gasping for air: the faces beneath Duggins's "wooden" busts.