Union Gallery


EXHIBITIONS: September 15 to November 9, 2018

Reception: September 14, 2018, 5-7pm

MAIN SPACE | worked up/wound up
Lindsey Wilson
Lindsey Wilson, Intimate Entanglements, mixed media installation, 2017

Project Room | no one lives here anymore
Dayna Riemland

Dayna Riemland, no one lives here anymore (detail), hand embroidery on cotton, 2018

Union Gallery Vitrine Project
Self(ish), Curated by Leyla Chisamore | May 22 - September 14, 2018

The Vitrine is located just outside the gallery in the Stauffer Library foyer. Visit at any time of the day.

Self(ish) examines the situation of self and processes of developing an embodied knowledge, mediated through external relationships. How do we find ourselves? Where do we find ourselves? Jack Halberstam describes identity as something produced through/by a “condition of broken negotiations with the world, a condition in which others merely set off the self-shattering mechanism of masochistic jouissance”. It is in intimacy, love, and their inevitable loss through which we negotiate identity. Divided into two processes – genealogy and partnership – Self(ish) traces familial connection, intimacy, and relationships through paralleling arcs of degradation and personal growth.

 

 

 

 

 

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