Artists Michele Pearson Clarke and Erika DeFreitas maintain independent art practices yet both explore shared themes of mourning, loss, and the textures of language in their work. Their two-person exhibition at Centre for Print and Media Arts showcases work in video, photography and textiles, and highlights each respective artist’s unique approach to navigating the fraught processes of bereavement and rituals of lamentation.
Wendi Ruth’s print-based practice touches on issues of nostalgia, family, geography, and cultural identity. In her most recent body of work, ¡Pa'delante Mestizaje!, the artist explores her own hybridized identity as a U.S. citizen whose family originates from Mexico.
Willet’s Windsor Yeast explores the post-industrial landscape, and reveals the microorganisms that coexist here with us. Balfour’s Indecisive Green delights in the perceptual subjectivity of communicating via fiction.
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