Woander confronts our heavily mediated relationship with nature. Works by Raina Belleau, Andrea Wolf, Shamus Clisset, and Maria Molteni approach the great outdoors by calling a keen attention to common cliches, taboos, disruptions, past-times, and memories associated with our organic surroundings. By configuring selections of faux materials, documentations, and objects, the artists in Woander have produced works that mirror a traditional view of flora and fauna, while also critiquing our archetypal attitudes encompassing these subjects. House plants, home movies, astroturf, faux furs, recyclables, and digital screens are arranged as a sort of back-handed homage to our domestic actions in relation to our greater surroundings.