Apoptosis is a Greek word used in embryology to name the moment when cells must die to continue the process of body formation. Similarly, in the forest, large trees die, allowing regeneration, growth, and the emergence of more life. Art and science seek to understand and give meaning to the necessary balance between life and death.
The exhibition consists of a journey through the artistic work exercises that Luis has carried out during his stay at the College of Forestry thanks to the invitation of Dr. Seri Robinson. The set of works is made up of turned woods, spalted woods, drawings, sculptures, photographs and videos and will be on display from November 17 - December 8.
Refreshments will be provided for the opening reception!
This activity is part of International Education Week, November 14th – 18th. To see the full list of activities, please visit the IEW website.
Thursday, November 17 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm
Richardson Hall, 2nd floor "knuckle"
3180 SW Jefferson Way, Corvallis, OR 97331