Clinton Snider: Sleeping Potential

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Clinton Snider: Sleeping Potential

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Opening Reception Saturday March 21 7-10pm Show runs through April 11 Sleeping within every acorn is the latent potential to become an oak tree; planks from that tree could become a sailing vessel, or a simple bookshelf. Many worthy endeavors have had humble beginnings. Choosing to work with even more humbled wood, such as cardboard, toothpicks and plywood, Clinton reinvestigates the landscape and past works through signage billboards and dioramas. Clinton Snider developed his interest for the urban American landscape after moving to Detroit in the early 1990’s to attend College for Creative Studies (BFA.1997). His work focuses on the struggle between history and memory, man and nature, decay and rebirth. He meditates on how these seeming opposites coexist in the postindustrial landscape,
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