Reclaimed Landscapes: The Art of Jarod Charzewski 

April 7 – May 17, 2018
Curators: Danielle Clark & Jennifer Minasian

About the Exhibition

Reclaimed Landscapes explores the edge between sustainable and disposable fashion through the work
of South Carolina based installation artist,
Jarod Charzewski. His work centers on America’s consumerism in fashion and how mass-produced clothing is purchased and then disposed of at alarming rates. Charzewski exposes consumer culture by utilizing donated clothing from Goodwill, which is meticulously folded and methodically stacked into undulating piles mimicking land masses or sedimentary rock layers. History is revealed within the monumental landscapes, creating a sobering legacy of disposable objects, illustrating our compulsive relationship with the
fashion industry.

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