In an apocalyptic landscape – which is really just another roadside parking lot – a series of butchered trees emerge.
Why do we devastate nature in the process of trying to find utopia? How do we understand the landscape as it becomes unrecognizable and irreparable?
The Archaeology of the Recent Future Association is a moniker for many projects and loves, created individually and/or collaboratively: films/videos, community projects, zines, drawing, printmaking, installation, sculpture, music, curatorial work, and writing. Through the diversity of media, the goal is always to make and support work that inspires vision, hope, and action for a better world, and to present such projects (whether they be objects, images, or experiences) in as honest, loving, and interesting a way as possible.