Laura St. Pierre’s new series of photographs “The Sowers,” depicts interventions in the urban landscape. These are comprised of small gardens that thrive in unlikely places, such as parkades or pool decks, devoid of life other than what the Sowers have introduced. Lighting transforms the landscape and creates intimate spaces. Other signs of human, plant, and animal life are absent, sowing confusion about what we are seeing: is this the past, the present, or a dystopian future? For the first time, a figure appears in St. Pierre’s work, as we catch glimpses of the character that plants and tends the rag tag gardens.