Sat May 15 - Sat May 22, 2021

Once Removed

Curated by artist and Southern Exposure Curatorial Councilmember Kija Lucas, Once Removed is an exhibition of work by artists who are incorporating traditional textile and movement techniques alongside new material strategies.

Artists in this exhibition draw from their ancestral traditions as well as personal experiences to create works that explore tradition and belonging while living in an in-between space, weaving together quotidian materials and contemporary art practice with traditional craft techniques. The exhibition features textile-based objects and installations by Miguel Arzabe with Sonia Arzabe & Humberto Arzabe, May Gaspay & Mik Gaspay, Melissa Joseph, Sriba Kwadjovie, Charlene Tan, and Joy O. Ude.

The artists hail from diverse diasporas and draw on these individual experiences in their work. The pieces created for Once Removed explore the complexities of post-colonial diasporic identity by playing with the fleeting nature of memory and examining the ways in which traditional skills are shared, passed on, and reinvented in a digital age.

Image Credit: Joy O. Ude, Image Courtesy of the Artist
Curated by artist and Southern Exposure Curatorial Councilmember Kija Lucas, Once Removed is an exhibition of work by artists who are incorporating traditional textile and movement techniques alongside new material strategies.

Artists in this exhibition draw from their ancestral traditions as well as personal experiences to create works that explore tradition and belonging while living in an in-between space, weaving together quotidian materials and contemporary art practice with traditional craft techniques. The exhibition features textile-based objects and installations by Miguel Arzabe with Sonia Arzabe & Humberto Arzabe, May Gaspay & Mik Gaspay, Melissa Joseph, Sriba Kwadjovie, Charlene Tan, and Joy O. Ude.

The artists hail from diverse diasporas and draw on these individual experiences in their work. The pieces created for Once Removed explore the complexities of post-colonial diasporic identity by playing with the fleeting nature of memory and examining the ways in which traditional skills are shared, passed on, and reinvented in a digital age.

Image Credit: Joy O. Ude, Image Courtesy of the Artist
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