Tackling themes ranging from global warming to the survival of humankind, Mags Harries’ new solo exhibition will feature a reprise of her 2008 piece the One Legged Table. The table, a symbol of community gathering and a place to plan action, is comprised of parts from thirteen different kitchen and dining tables. Each section is supported by just one leg, which when joined together create one large unified structure. Harries’ One Legged Table will serve as a site for discussion and action. During the run of the show, a series of brunches will be held addressing topics relevant to climate change. The invitees, each specializing diverse disciplines, will come together in the gallery to create an action generated from their discussion. A series of thirteen iceberg sculptures, cast in metal and resin, will be shown alongside the One Legged Table.
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 9, 3–5pm
First Friday Reception: December 6, 5:30–8:30pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday–Sunday, 11–5pm and by appointment