A world-class collection of American art, stunning architecture, and 120 acres of Ozark forest with five miles of trails. Admission to the museum is always free.
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“Using materials related to home-making and home-building, I seek to render feminine lived experience in tactile ways, exploring womanhood as an identity constructed through narrative.” — Danielle Hatch.
Danielle Hatch’s video meditates on heritage and collective care, documenting the ongoing collaboration between the presented women artists as part of a visual legacy of feminist art making practices. Its innovative use of a drone video camera to document the ritual observation of the fall equinox creates a metaphor for humans’ relationships with nature, especially culturally specific relationships with seasonal astronomical events.
The work presents a breadth of environmental details that define the Utah landscape’s high desert, prairie, mountain ranges, and salt flats to expand our environmental understanding of how diverse the US South is as a region broader than the southeast.
Based in Northwest Arkansas, Danielle Hatch is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the female body’s relationship to the built environment, notions of artificiality, and power structures. She creates site-specific installations, sculptures, and performances. Hatch has a BA in architecture from Wellesley College and an MFA in Spatial Studies from UC-Santa Barbara.