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'Fire in the Mountains', Off-site Group Show // Heart Six Ranch, Moran, Wyoming

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On June 30th and July 1st at Heart Six Ranch in Moran WY a group show titled Fire in the Mountains accompanied a metal festival by the same name. All of the works in the exhibit were displayed as free ‘takeaways’.

The premise of the exhibition replicates depositories used by governmental agencies: the Pine Beetle-repellent pheromone packets or coyote cyanide m44 bomb. The pheromone packets are used to protect pine forests in the Rocky Mountain region. Each packet is stapled to the bark of a tree and mimics the beetle's own pheromone telling other beetles to avoid infesting them. The m44 coyote bomb is used to mitigate animal population in the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. Sex and death are two ways in which we control our environment. These models of environmental intervention are the loose point of departure for considering the content of the works in this exhibition.

Each artwork is displayed in a 9x12” biodegradable bags. The plastic bags are stapled to trees throughout the ranch's 83 acre campus. If the works are not taken away over the course of the two days by festival-goers then the pieces are either burned or buried. The display format within the venue functions as festival refuse, government litter, organized control systems, bootleg festival gear and object giving.

In addition to traditional exhibition documentation the festival-goers and artworks are photographed by game cameras strapped to the forest trees.

30.6.18 — 1.7.18

Akina Cox, Alise Spinella, Allison Rowe, Amber Ginsburg, Andrea McGinty, Arjuna Neuman, Asa Mendelsohn, Ben Dowell, Bradford Kessler, Camille Davis, Chris Adler, Daniel G Baird, Daniel Luedtke, Dennis Witkin, Emily Jay, Eric Fleischauer, Gretchen Bennett, Fred Schmidt-Arenales, Haynes Riley, Ian Breidenbach, Isan Brant, J Alex Schechter, Jason Lazarus, Jesse Malmed, Jessica, Caponigro, Katie Hargrave, Kean Obrien, Keith J Varadi, Lisa Walcott, Mandy Cano Villalobos, Mark Dunstan, Lee Hunter, Matt Siegle, Matt Taber, Matthew Day Jackson, Michael Dopp, Nicolas Grenier, Nina Sarnelle, Parker Ito, Rachel Labine, Regina Mamou, Ryan Thompson, Scott Nadeau, Shana Moulton, Siera Hyte, Suzanne Morlock, The Coming Edge, Tony Banuelos, Trevor Amery, Vanessa Maltese

Organized by Andy Kincaid and Thomas Macker

Heart Six Ranch, Moran, Wyoming

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