Silos catalog, DEPS

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Exhibition: Silos
Gallery: Glass Curtain Gallery, 1104 S Wabash Ave
Exhibition Dates: Nov. 17, 2016 - Feb. 18, 2017
Curator: Jeffreen M. Hayes, Phd
Size: 7" x 7"
Pages: 16

Featured artists: Yaw Agyeman, Wesley Clark, Nathaniel Donnett, Shané Gooding, Esau McGhee,Johana Moscoso,Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Ellington Robinson, Stacy-Lynn Waddell, Rhonda Wheatley, and Wilmer Wilson IV

Exhibition Statement:
As a microcosm of our society, the art world maintains a system of marginalization based on racial and cultural difference. Artists identified as “other” function in silos, just as they do in society. This exhibition presents eight artists who examine these silos, otherness, and the cultural and social ramifications of marginalization based on one’s identity, whether self-defined or inscribed. Bearing witness, as these artists do, not only identifies the pressing issues of our time but also challenges the norm of marginalization, absence, and exclusion. Through the work of Yaw Agyeman, Wesley Clark, Nathaniel Donnett, Shané K.Gooding, Esau McGhee, Johana Moscoso, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Ellington Robinson, Stacy-Lynn Waddell, Rhonda Wheatley, and Wilmer Wilson IV Silos gives voice to the silence(d).

As a microcosm of our society, the art world maintains a s

ystem

of marginalization based on racial and cultural difference. A

rtists

identified as

other

function in silos, just as they do in society.

This exhibition presents eight artists who examine these silos,

otherness, and the cultural and social ramifications of

marginalization based on

one

s identity, whether self-defined or

inscribed. Bearing witness, as these artists do, not only ide

ntifies

the pressing issues of our time but also challenges the n

orm of

marginalization, absence, and exclusion. Through the work of

Yaw Agyeman, Wesley Clark, Nathaniel Donnett, Shané

K.

Gooding,

Esau McGhee, Johana Moscoso,

Wanda Raimundi-

Ortiz, Ellington Robinson, Stacy-Lynn Waddell, Rhonda Whea

tley,

and Wilmer Wilson IV

Silos

gives voice to the silence(d).

As a microcosm of our society, the art world maintains a s

ystem

of marginalization based on racial and cultural difference. A

rtists

identified as

other

function in silos, just as they do in society.

This exhibition presents eight artists who examine these silos,

otherness, and the cultural and social ramifications of

marginalization based on

one

s identity, whether self-defined or

inscribed. Bearing witness, as these artists do, not only ide

ntifies

the pressing issues of our time but also challenges the n

orm of

marginalization, absence, and exclusion. Through the work of

Yaw Agyeman, Wesley Clark, Nathaniel Donnett, Shané

K.

Gooding,

Esau McGhee, Johana Moscoso,

Wanda Raimundi-

Ortiz, Ellington Robinson, Stacy-Lynn Waddell, Rhonda Whea

tley,

and Wilmer Wilson IV

Silos

gives voice to the silence(d).

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