This exhibition is a testament to the strength and beauty found in artists representing themselves in multitudes – breaking down concrete existence and emphasizing the complexities and churnings of identity and experience.
I THREW MYSELF IN A CONCRETE MIXER invites viewers to see the ways artists are cultivating, celebrating, and reckoning with their own multiplicities. They account for the ghosts, contradictions, and dreams for the future that make and unmake us–capturing the ruptures and sanctuaries of our histories.
Collectively curated by the 15 students in the course Collective Curating, featuring the works of Benji Hsu (Gallatin BA '24), Von Hyin Kolk, Lyle Ashton Harris, Tourmaline, Tasneem Sarkez (Gallatin BA '24), Dove Bardin (Gallatin BA '24), Chris Cortez, Gary Whitt (Gallatin BA '24), Mosa Zhao
Image: Von Hyin Kolk Westbound Toward Infinite Valley (Manifest Destiny) 60 x 48 in, oil on faux leather vinyl, 2023
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