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A dry lake, shades of pink, wildfire smoke, lichen, a rock, a fake rock, the horizon: this work has been made since the onset of the pandemic as a fluid imagining of possibilities for viewing the current and future state of the desert southwest and beyond. Woven tapestries, found and crafted objects, and lens based work offer an expanded view of the ecology of place that equally incorporates and values a mountain, or a traffic cone, or an arch. Throughout, attention is paid to the relationships and the varying temporalities of things, juxtaposing the relative quickness of a passing human gesture to the longevity of the geologic. With false notions of expected stability now exposed, this work embraces permanent flux as a path to imagine new futures.