Watch: Lisa Sanditz Introduces ‘Mud Season’ in Lockdown
Mud Season presents new work made by Lisa Sanditz under lockdown during the current COVID-19 crisis. Sanditz’ landscapes capture the intersection of the natural world and built environments, and its associated effect on food production, consumption, ecology, and the economy. The paintings render prosaic scenes or situations in brilliant and garish colours, capturing, as she describes it, “the ways the marketplace and the wilderness intersect, overlap, and inform each other.” Sanditz’ saturated palette, and her use of industrial materials, reference the impact of plastic and other synthetics on the environment.
Staged in the artist’s backyard, ‘Fence Gallery’ allows audiences an early preview of the works.