Dry Ice: Alaska Native Artists and the Landscape was an exhibition including works by contemporary Native Alaskan artists that explore the multiple meanings of and associations with the Alaskan landscape. The exhibition will be presented by the Arts Council of Princeton in the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts’ Taplin Gallery from October 1 through November 21, 2009. “Dry Ice”—a term that denotes frozen carbon dioxide, which when taken out of a frigid environment rapidly dissolves from a solid form into a gaseous state—is meant to evoke the shifting significance of the Alaskan polar landscape in contemporary Native art.
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