Everyday Gallery

Human Nature Exhibition

In the last few decades we have reached a turning point: humans are free from natural constraints, but nature is no longer free from human intervention. Known as the Anthropocene, ours is an era in which every bit of nature is deeply impacted by humans. Today, there is literally no ‘nature’ that is entirely devoid of human influence. So where do we take things from here? How are we going to deal with this unique situation in which everything in nature is now somehow stained by humanity? These are the questions at the heart of Everyday Gallery’s latest group exhibition, Human Nature.

Focusing on creative work that transgresses the boundaries between visual arts, architecture and design, Human Nature features works by up-and-coming and more established artists like Arnaud Eubelen, Ciro Duclos, Mirko Canesi’s, Marc Leschelier, Janne Schimmel, Estrid Lutz, Xavier Mary, and Yoel Pytowski. What binds these artists together is their keen interest in querying and questioning the distinction between the natural and the human. But instead of accepting that distinction as a given, they deconstruct it. And having taken it apart, they creatively explore new ways to think about the relation between humans and nature.

Featuring : Arnaud Eubelen, Ciro Duclos, Mirko Canesi's, Marc Leschelier, Janne Schimmel, Estrid Lutz, Xavier Mary, and Yoel Pytowski.


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