Ten Years Gone brings together six artists whose work engages with the broad themes of time, memory, loss and transformation. Timed to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the exhibition seeks to situate the significance of the past decade within a larger context of human endeavor and life experience through the work of Willie Birch, Dawn DeDeaux, Isabelle Hayear, Spring Hurlbut, Nicholas Nixon, and Christopher Saucedo. “We wanted to create an exhibition that not only honors this particular anniversary, but also considers how and why communities and individuals commemorate significant moments in a broader sense,” said Susan M. Taylor, director of NOMA. ‘In focusing on works that embody important opposing concepts–absence and presence, nature and culture, life and death–Ten Years Gone invites our

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