Arrival marks a moment of being, aligning a time and place in an eternal coming and going. Ari Athans sculptural and painting works are engaged in a lithic relationship of human and geologic interaction, in which landscapes and human lives are inseparable and impressionable. The stacked cairn-like forms appear as both markers and interventions, precariously stacked atop one another and shifting between rich pigmented tones and natural clay textures. Angled geometric forms emerge from the rounded and textured landscapes and stacked aggregations, suggesting both the past and the future of our environment is to be subsumed back into the earth.