Shannon Rankin
Artifacts 2Artifacts 2 (detail)Artifacts 2 (detail)Terrain (Gareloi)InterferenceTessellation (Cape Foulweather)Tessellation (detail)Tessellation (Condon)Tessellation (detail)Terrain (Coos Bay)Terrain (detail)Terrain (Wicomico)Terrain (detail)Terrain (Ophir)Terrain (detail)Landforms (Ust'-Tyrma)Landforms (detail)Remains (Butler West)Remains (detail)Remains (Carlos)Remains (detail)StrataStrata (detail)LandmarkLandmark (detail)IntervalInterval (detail)CourseCourse (detail)LineageLineage (detail)Synapse | DiptychSynapse (detail)ArtifactsArtifacts (detail)TraverseTraverse (detail)AdaptationAdaptation (detail)OrbitOrbit (detail)ConvergenceConvergence (detail)GerminateGerminate (detail)ColonyColony (detail)Scope (No. 7)FrontierFrontier (detail)Settlement NorthSettlement North (detail)Settlement SouthSettlement South (detail)PermeatePermeate (detail)Terrain (Blue No. 1)Terrain (Pink No. 1)Terrain (Yellow No. 1)Plot (l)Plot (I)
DetailDisplace (No. 2)ImpactImpact (detail)PollinatePollinate (detail)DriftPeakPeak (detail)BasinBasin (detail)VentsVents (detail)PodPod (detail)FractureFracture (detail)Transplant (No. 3)Transplant (No. 6)Transplant (No. 9)Transplant Series
2016 - 2009
Maps are the everyday metaphors that speak to the fragile and transitory state of our lives and our surroundings. Rivers shift their course, glaciers melt, volcanoes erupt, boundaries change both physically and politically. The only true constant is change.

Select map works exhibited at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, ICA (MECA), Gallery Voss, and June Fitzpatrick Gallery.


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