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Anthony Heinz May

Anthony Heinz May has spent the majority of his life in the Pacific NW, exploring relationships between nature, humans and technology. As an Oregonian he seeks various natural and human-built environments as location for public installations of sculpture, to highlight human intervention in natural spaces. Material for Anthony’s artwork include dead and dying trees, insect patterns and natural cycles that foster artistic insight and inspiration for his creations. May’s art facilitates interrogation of human history where its legacy leaves nature in dire straits, continually sidelined for how humans define progress and deep technological artificiality associated with it. In his artistic puzzles, Anthony Heinz May uses a genre of art he refers to as eco-aestheticism, to support dehumanization as originating through relations humans developed with Earth and the natural world as existing solely for human exhaustion.

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