‘Curing Time’ Installation Opens

If Damien Hirst was a vegetarian. At least, I think these are vegetables . . . they look a little like hotdogs. Head over to World’s Fair Gallery for the opening of “Curing Time: In Pursuit of Preservation and Sustenance.” (Facebook event page.)

Concurrent with the harvest season, Providence-based artist Kelli Rae Adams offers this large-scale installation of pickled local produce alongside a series of clay tablets recording the minutiae of the corresponding labor. Together, the works exist as an active inquiry into the nature of patience, perseverance, and the nourishing qualities of both the material and the immaterial.

“Curing Time” consists of produce sourced from Rhode Island farms and farmers. The World’s Fair Gallery and Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails are tucked right next to the Columbus Theatre. (World’s Fair specializes in fine art curation and site-specific installation.)

Opening, 5:30pm to 8:30pm, Thursday, October 5, World’s Fair Gallery, 268 Broadway, (directions)

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