EGO-ECO is a collection of essays, artist descriptions and photographs documenting the Fall 2013 art exhibition, EGO-ECO: Environmental Art for Collective Consciousness at the California State University Fullerton Begovich Art Gallery. Curators Allison Town and Emily Tyler invited viewers to engage in a global conversation about human relationships with the earth encouraging individual reflection and collective environmental mindfulness. Patrons were asked to remain aware of how they viewed each artist s work and how their own interaction influenced their understanding of the artist s message. The curators proposed that by remaining aware of the act of perceiving thinking about thinking individuals become more actively engaged and open to critical digestion of ideas. Included in the exhibition catalog is a Director s Forward by Mike McGee, essay by Patricia L. Watts (Founder/Curator of ecoartspace), Curatorial Statement by Allison Town and Emily Tyler, essays by both curators, descriptions of featured artwork including artist biographies, photographic documentation of the exhibit, art and opening reception, artist-in-residency projects by artist Nicole Dextras and associated educational programming. Featured artists and collectives include: Vaughn Bell, Terry Berlier, Nicole Dextras (Artist-in-Residence), Fallen Fruit (David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young), Green Patriot Posters (Dmitri Siegel and Edward Morris), Newton and Helen Harrison, Jacci Den Hartog, Chris Jordan, Alison Moritsugu, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison, Esther Traugot and Andre Woodward."
Grand Central Press
Environmental Art for Collective Consciousness