Grantee tags sculpture

Land Enveloped

Dunnagan, Lindsey

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Land Enveloped is a magical and immersive fiber installation. Made of pliable walls, visitors are invited to create new paths through a landscape reminiscent of my childhood in Alaska. Read More

Forgotten Species


Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Melding science with antiquities excavation through sculptures crafted of reclaimed materials, Martinez finds new ways to showcase human and cohabitating species each as resting on a precarious points of survival. Read More

My Old Friend Death

Music for Your Inbox

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Music for Your Inbox premiered My Old Friend Death, a music composition by Nat Evans, alongside visual art by Maria Maea. The two artworks relate death from the pandemic with ecosystem death, and were presented on Music for Your Inbox's virtual art series. Read More

Ecotones, Blue Ridge Series

Sell, Amie

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

These sculptural forms abstractly explore the overlaps of these thriving buffers, visualizing coexistence. Ecotones are the transitional zone between two ecological communities, often rich in biodiversity. The layered landscapes show interconnections between the terrain, geology, water, flora... Read More

Treading on Thin Ice

Lin, Jia-Jen

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

Treading on Thin Ice contemplates human conditions under progressive catastrophes resulting from social issues and climate change. This project integrates sculpture, video projections, and sound into a large site-specific installation at Locust Projects in Miami. Read More


Ialeggio, Anna

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

2 DIFFRN'T HAYSTACKS explores the spectrum of identities and agencies that constitute “land use”– the shifting, flickering terms on which humans individually and collectively expect to encounter our natural environments. Read More

You Know Your Children (formerly “The Bones of Our Tribe”)

Cano Villalobos, Mandy

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

This project retells the family histories of Anishinaabe matriarchs against the larger backdrop of U.S. – Native relations. Rooted in historical research and interviews, the final installation was exhibited at The Lubeznik Center (Michigan City, IN), upon land dispossessed from the Anishinaabe. Read More


Zallman, Toby

Year Grant Awarded: 2022

“reefscollapse” is a project that attempts to bring awareness to how we, as individuals, by the choices we make, contribute to climate change and the destruction of the earth’s ecosystems. The work addresses the catastrophe of the bleaching and collapse of the world’s coral reefs. Read More


Sari Nordman

Year Grant Awarded: 2021

Tower, an interdisciplinary installation, reflects on climate change. Combining sculpture, video, archiving and community participation, the work highlights interviews of people of diverse backgrounds sharing their personal experiences with climate change. Read More

I Can Only Imagine

Sklar, Hannah

Year Grant Awarded: 2019

Through mixed media ceramic sculptures and layered graphite drawings, I attempt to dismantle visual norms of social categorization, pertaining to the performance of gender. I utilize abstraction as a way to create an undefined spectrum of beauty—A boundless queer abstraction. Read More