LIGHT(WORK) // April 2017

POLYCHROMA

at UNA

We will be unapologetically ourselves so that those around us have the courage to do the same.

 

We are a group of artistically-driven, spiritual folks that insist on a dialogue about the subcultures of our world. We shall be the voice of those forgotten, oppressed, lost, cast away, defeated, ignored, marginalized, exploited, and silenced. Our purpose is the creation of accessible, relatable, and intimate artistic spaces that yield expression and vulnerability, while destroying the classist notion of what Art is deemed to be. We wish to dismantle and redefine gallery space paradigms, and we do this through honest, humble, and vulnerable impressions of our selves.

Soft/Harsh Femme by Leo Ariel

Soft/Harsh Femme by Leo Ariel

LIGHT(WORK)

This exhibition is a call to engage, heal, and celebrate the spring.

Installations by:

Leo Ariel

Sofie Murray

Lauren Moran

Maximiliano

SEA

(Detail) "The Cuba they never had" by Leo Ariel

(Detail) "The Cuba they never had" by Leo Ariel

Performances by:

 

ADOS 33 feat. (AV) + (GA)

THE INSTINCTUAL MODEL COME AS A RESOLUTION, IN FORM OF DEUS EX MACHINA

A performance piece by (AV) + (GA) art group

Oxford Comma

by SEA

A conversation around white supremacy and the colonial practices that inform history education, the oppression and pressures both youth and adults of color experience within the education system, and the social constructs around success.

MITCHELL FALCONER

15 minute solo about death bereavement written by composer Alvin Curran

XEMARA15

Her performance features Soeless (aka Natalie Aldarondo) in an interpretation of Drake's song Passion Fruit.