How often do you find yourself enveloped in nature? How often do you find yourself admiring nature via a technological or smart device? The latter more than the former is a good guess for many. This is why Minneapolis-based artist Alyssa Baguss has created three new large-scale works: to challenge our perceptions and examine how our relationship with nature is changing because of technology. She takes our mediated experience several steps further with installations: one of imagery from Lake Itasca; another of Silverwood Park’s oak savannah, using forestry camera data; and another created from the map-folding technique known as the Miura fold. Get immersed and become aware. Find her work in the MAEP Gallery as part of the Minnesota Artists Exhibitions Program.