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Ghost Net Landscape: Across Oceans

April 5-May 15

ReClaim It, a place where the creative citizens of Portland can find unique materials to reuse, repair, and reimagine.

“Across Oceans” is the fourth major installation of Ghost Net Landscape. Presented in conjunction with a theatrical performance, in the lobby outside the theatre, “Across Oceans” is my most personal exhibition of Ghost Net Landscape yet. The installation is presented geographically, with raw materials and written fragments of my family’s history organized across oceans: linking China, Hawaii, and Oregon in the Pacific, with Maine, England, and Ireland in the Atlantic. Visitors are invited to share their own histories, memories, and connections to the ocean in writing displayed in the exhibition.

“The Children” Community Conversation: May 8.
Performance at 2pm, conversation at 3:30pm.


April 5, 2022 @ 12:00 pm
May 15, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
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Organized By

Emily Jung Miller
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Portland Center Stage at The Armory
128 Northwest 11th Avenue,
Portland, OR 97209
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