Pilgrim Bones

A Solo Exhibition by Josh House

Exhibition dates: 1.1.16 - 1.19.16

“Some animals travel relatively short distances to find food or more favorable living or breeding conditions. Most animals that migrate do so to find food or more livable conditions. Some animals migrate to breed. The Atlantic Salmon begins its life in a river and migrates downstream to the ocean. After several years, it heads back upstream to lay eggs and begin the cycle all over again. Sometimes animals migrate to find a place to hibernate. Little Brown Bats live in trees in warm months, then in cold weather they migrate to caves where it is warmer. It is possible that the behavior of some animals unconsciously mirrors the cyclical nature of time, and in their instinct driven performance of ageless repetition, have created the illusion of progress.” – Josh House

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