Contemporary artist Aurora Robson has a practice that is not only graceful and poetic, but ultimately part of a long-term solution to widespread apathy and nihilism. Robson’s transformative practice intercepts from the waste stream plastic debris in order to address urgent issues of consciousness as they relate to our values and the environment. Stayin’ Alive is the artist’s first major solo exhibition in the Southeast. The title references a wide-awake vigilance, whimsically asking us to consider what exactly staying alive on Earth entails? Seemingly inconsequential decisions we make on a daily basis have sweeping impacts both in art and life.