Oakland, California-based sculptor, Adrien Segal will provide a residency and process installation at Bunnell combining local investigation and shared experiences. Segal will begin by offering an artist talk on April 22 at 6 pm. She will provide a community workshop series on carving April 23-25 from 2-6 pm. Everyone will have the chance to carve a piece of wood into a small sculpture or a useful object, such as a spoon, which they can take home at the end of the day. Emphasizing problem-solving skills, technique, and play, the workshop will cover functional design and woodworking basics, including grain direction, tool safety, reductive shaping, and food safe finishes .Segal’s residency objective is to collaborate with local scientific researchers to gather site-specific data, which will inform a sculptural investigation. Segal will present her creative process in the gallery space and invite public interaction as experiment, design, and respond to the landscape.