BHAKTI BAXTER :
AN INTELLIGIBLE SPHERE WHOSE CENTER IS EVERYWHERE AND CIRCUMFERENCE IS NOWHERE
September 27 – November 17, 2002
Assembling materials such as leaves, branches, shells, and roots, Bhakti Baxter creates three-dimensional, site-specific compositions echoing growth patterns in nature. By using these rhythms and designs, Baxter aims to remind viewers of humankind’s intimate link to systems in nature. In keeping with the organic method of his work, Baxter’s project for MOCA will evolve on-site, combining a variety of both natural and man-made elements.
Baxter is one of the co-founders of Miami’s alternative art space, The House. He was included in the group exhibition The House at MOCA during summer 2001.
Organized by Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami . Curated by Bonnie Clearwater.
Bhakti Baxter is made possible through the generous support of Janet and Robert Liebowitz; and Millennium Partners, Miami