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Niomi Fawn: Wild Home

Niomi Fawn's immersive installation draws the viewer into a fantastical setting that intertwines a domestic space with a lush forest.

In Niomi Fawn’s professional life, anywhere and everywhere could be an art venue. They’re the owner of Curate Santa Fe, a company that injects challenging artwork into quotidian spaces across town. In a new solo exhibition at Strangers Collective’s NO LAND art space, Fawn shifts focus from the public sphere to the most intimate context. Wild Home, a rare display of the curator and artist’s own work, explores genderqueer identity, domesticity, and a return to a primordial, non-binary state of knowing and being. The immersive installation draws the viewer into a fantastical setting that intertwines a domestic space with a lush forest. “It’s a jungle in there,” Fawn says. The exhibition debuts at NO LAND on Saturday, August 4 from 6 to 9 pm.