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Shoshanna Weinberger: invisible fruit: stories of camouflage from the periphery
April 12 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until May 18, 2018
Pulling from an ongoing Invisible Visibility series, Shoshanna Weinberger’s solo exhibition invisible fruit: stories of camouflage from the periphery explores the standards and consequential implications and experiences of racial identity and external perception or imposition of racial categorization. Much of Weinberger’s work is rooted in a exploration of her Caribbean-American heritage. It draws strongly on the complexity of heritage and assumed norms as she goes about defining the female archetype. Referencing her own adolescent memory and our current xenophobic zeitgeist, Weinberger renders her female muses along a spectrum of character types. Some are excessive, sexualized, and quirky; while others are passive, or dominant- a culmination of figures that ultimately question standards of beauty and identity.
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