|Miquel Luciano uses photo kites to|
call attention to the problems of
a flawed immigration policy
According to curator Raquel de Anda the exhibition presents artists who "participate in the growing practice of working outside the studio to engage with communities - a genre of art often referred to as Social Practice, Relational Aesthetics, or Dialogical Art."
"The artists advance public awareness of timely issues and expand the the potential of art to engage communities. Their work exposes flaws, experiment with social interactions, and beg for new imagined potentials," de Anda added.
|Aschoy Collective's Masked Man|
|A wall of postcards|
These postcards, many of which are heartbreakingly poignant, respond to a prompt: “Have you ever lost access to a place that was important to you? Please include a memory or story from that space.” The result is a commentary on housing access and homelessness.
Tales, Tidbits, and Tips
You can still see the exhibition, but you will have to hurry. It is closing on January 13.