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Detrixhe    Fredy
(From left: Rena Detrixhe, Untitled, 2015; Fredy Gabuardy, Untitled, 2015)

Charlotte Street is pleased to present displacement/thisplacemeant at its Paragraph Gallery (23 E. 12th St., KCMO), opening Thursday, May 21 with a reception from 5-8pm. displacement/thisplacemeant is the second exhibition of the Charlotte Street Studio Residency’s Visiting Curator Series, in which local arts professionals are invited to curate projects featuring current Studio Resident artworks and performances. The exhibition is curated by Israel Alejandro García García of García Squared Contemporary and features seven Studio Resident artists.

displacement/thisplacemeant is comprised of individual objects and their properties exploring the idea of oneness, which is not reducible to individuals and their properties alone, despite the wide distance separating their artistic disciplines. These artists’ creative expression has played a fundamental role in the process of adapting human sensibility to a world permanently changed by technology. It is here that the terms “displacement/thisplacemeant” arise simultaneously.

Participating Artists: Rena Detrixhe, Fredy Gabuardy, Adriane Herman, Melanie Johnson, Cristina Muñiz, Gillian Tobin, Lucas Wetzel

Exhibition: displacement/thisplacemeant
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 21, 5-8pm
Exhibition Runs: May 21 through July 11, 2015
Where: Paragraph Gallery, 23 E. 12th Street, KCMO
Gallery Hours: Friday + Saturday 12-5pm

Read more in a full press release.

Lucas

(Lucas Wetzel, Untitled, 2015)

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