The latest installation at the Dublin Arts Council will emphasize the differences between urban and rural environments.

The latest installation at the Dublin Arts Council will emphasize the differences between urban and rural environments.

"Subrural: Karen Snouffer, Jenn Figg and Matthew McCormack" is a mixed-media exhibition that will be on view at the DAC, 7125 Riverside Drive, April 30-June 7.

With the artwork on display, "the artists seek to address the cultural anxiety experienced where these familiar, yet unpredictable, places and ecologies intersect," a news release from the DAC said. "Repeated forms in painted plastic and screen are metaphors for the environmental commonalities. Contorted vines, rusting power towers and swaths of disembodied insect wings capture the experience of driving between the city and country."

The three artists involved in the installation created specifically for the DAC, come from across the country.

Snouffer has a studio in Gambier, Ohio, and teaches at Kenyon College. Figg is an assistant professor of art at Towson University near Baltimore. McCormack also lives in Baltimore and works with technology, kinetic sculpture and blown glass.

The exhibition will open April 30 with a free reception for the artists from 6 to 8 p.m.

For more information, look online at dublinarts.org.