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Deborah Kennedy’s

internationally exhibited practice confronts challenging issues, from authoritarianism in Cold War East Germany to the Anthropogenic climate and environmental crises.



She believes in the possibility of hope even as she envisions her art as, "using butterfly wings to beat down mountains."

Evolving fluidly between mediums and subject matter, her works reflect pressure points gathered from her ongoing studies. Kennedy’s concerns focus on creating a deeper understanding of our connectivity to and dependence on the larger natural world. She constructively refigures our evolving understanding of our mounting ecological vicissitudes, seeking potential pathways toward a thriving future.

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