A&E Highlights – Ethan Murrow “Hauling”
“Hauling” is an immersive installation of hand-drawn work by artist Ethan Murrow. Created specifically for the Currier Museum of Art, this multifaceted installation features a series of drawings in different scales and materials that explore the universal themes of work, handcraft and collaboration. The drawing was created with a team of six other artists and nearly 1,000 Sharpie pens, and it extends across more than 100 feet of gallery wall space.
“Hauling” is inspired by the history of the Manchester region of New Hampshire and its people, emphasizing labor and collaboration. Murrow’s wall drawing depicts groups of figures working together to push, pull and haul large accumulations of objects symbolic of human labor — ranging from Native American and pre-industrial hand tools to the high-tech apparatuses of the modern era.
Currier Museum of Art
Now through April
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