Julie Renée Benda with her piece in the show
Julie Renée Benda with her piece in the show
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Julie Renée Benda ’16, MFA, is currently displaying work at a group show at the American Swedish Institute (ASI) of Minneapolis. The show titled Safeguard: Plants, Process and Regeneration ponders over a deepened relationship between us and the environment and what that can do for us. It attempts to explore the connection between people, place, and plants. The all-local participating artists include Julie Benda, Jess Hirsch and Lisa Philander.

Benda’s piece in the show is titled Inheritance. She is an interdisciplinary artist with a practice in print, book, and sculpture. The American Swedish Institute website describes her practice as: “At home in the tradition of storytelling, she applies narrative throughout various media and form in order to reflect on shifting boundaries of land, water, people, and plants.”

Safeguard: Plants, Process and Regeneration
American Swedish Institute (Minneapolis)
On view through October 27
Live demonstration on October 5

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