Gallery: Kim Holleman’s Terrarium-Like Sculptures Challenge Environment...

Artist Kim Holleman uses plants, found objects and garbage as materials for her terrarium-like sculptures that fuse art and architecture with environmental issues and nature. Her work speaks to chemical spills, climate change and dystopian futures, interpreting these fears as tiny, glass-encased worlds. If you want to see some of Kim's works in person, her recent chemical spill pieces are being featured at the Arts Not Fair exhibition at Like the Spice Gallery in Williamsburg.

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