Before and Immense Sky is a deeply personal experimental film about marriage, sight, sound, and the boundless distance between people. There will be an audio description of the film made and distributed to blind and visually impaired audience members, while sighted audience members will experience the film without sound.
Mary Kuvet’s indigo resist dyed work is a consideration of both personal and cultural identity, an attempt to locate a mixed Mexican-American identity. The series Hybrid Flags begins as an approximation of a Mexican flag, two dark vertical stripes with a white stripe and eagle and snake in the center.
The artists featured in the group exhibition Bricolaje redirect us from whiteness. Curated by C.J. Charbonneau and Narciso Argüelles, each object has a story, shaped by an experience not here–quite literally, by experiences not white. The show addresses the ongoing immigration crisis and the narratives that dictate what we see and know, giving us a new point to consider.