Exhibit examines evolving world

Exhibit examines evolving world

Champaign artist Steven Hudson's exhibit, At Arm's Length, represents a collection of figurative paintings, human figures offset by plastic bottles, drawings and sculpture from throughout his career.

The opening reception is from 6 to 8 p.m. May 30 at Indi Go Artist Co-Op, 9 E. University Ave., C.

It runs through June 3 at the co-op.

You can preview Hudson's work at shudsonart.com.

"Things are becoming different now; the climate is changing. More genies are being let out of more and more plastic bottles," he writes in his mission statement.

"Evolution is unfolding in shocking ways as life is made to adapt to our aggressive agency. This process is often reflected in unsettling juxtapositions — the geese in the mall parking lot or the polar bear at the dump. The natural horror of unchecked expansion is afoot."

Open hours for exhibits are determined by the artist on display, so check ahead at indigo.coop@gmail.com or by phone at 904-613-2623.

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