Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Unraveling Collective Forms Unraveling Collective Forms

Unraveling Collective Forms

Curated by Daniela Lieja Quintanar

LACE Los Angeles, California, USA 04/03/2019 – 05/26/2019

A Quipu or Khipu is a device made of dyed, knotted threads—an ancient Inka, multisensory, extinct language, quipus are the vanished narratives of resistance that this exhibition and public programming. Unraveling Collective Forms knots together artistic reflections centered around collectivity, autonomy, and group manifestations that crack systems. Artist Cecilia Vicuña defines a quipu as “a poem in space, a way to remember, involving the body

Performance Stranger’s Union organized by Arshia Haq, as part of Unraveling Collective Forms. Courtesy of the artists. Photo by Tina June Malek View of exhibition Unraveling Collective Forms at LACE. Courtesy of the artists. Photo by Christopher Wormald View of exhibition Unraveling Collective Forms at LACE. Courtesy of the artists. Photo by Christopher Wormald Desenredar

Bananas

Bananas

George Woodman

Gallery Diet Miami, Florida, USA 06/19/2015 – 09/05/2015

Bananas brings together the work of Tanya Aguiniga, Fay Ray, Chloe Seibert, Emmett Moore and George Woodman. These distinctly different practices each with their own intentionality come together to delight in a perverse tropical utopia. The works in the show speak a language particular to the heat of the mid-summer months. For decades, George Woodman

Bananas brings together the work of Tanya Aguiniga, Fay Ray, Chloe Seibert, Emmett Moore and George Woodman. These distinctly different practices each with their own intentionality come together to delight in a perverse tropical utopia. The works in the show speak a language particular to the heat of the mid-summer months. For decades, George Woodman