We are grateful to Humanities NY for their generous assistance in our programming.
The Line North Surrounds Us with its Deserts
Gabriella D'Angelo and James McCorkle
Solarium Gallery, October 1-November 1
The Line North Surrounds Us with its Deserts is at its heart a group of poems, written, visual, and spatial, which fuse together documentation, commentary, lists, and visual components composed of ‘found' fragments and visually-directed typography. The project is a series of intersecting topologies that emphasize terrains marked by various forms of crossings and erasures, moving beyond a witnessing or indictment of the current approach to the southern border to address global conditions.
Sash Memorial, Worn exhibition
Completed sashes can be dropped off at the Davis Gallery. A partial installation will take place in November.
Sash Memorial is a community project that asks visitors and community members to reinterpret the iconic “Votes for Women” sash by creating their own versions. By removing the word “women” from this phrase, participants can recognize someone they know who embraces justice, equality, and human rights. Sash Memorial celebrates the people who have a positive impact on our lives yet often go unrecognized for their efforts.