Where We Were When We Were Not What We Once Were

Where We Were When We Were Not What We Once Were

Where We Were When We Were Not What We Once Were
June 2 – July 9, 2021

WHERE WE WERE WHEN WE WERE NOT WHO WE ONCE WERE presents the work of nine artists who, through acts of repetition, augmentation, and abstraction, reveal the alienness of quotidian life. They investigate a world where walls become malleable, language is ever shifting, and everyday objects melt into new forms. The works that comprise WWWWWWNWWOW do not propose a singular narrative nor mode of processing experience, but rather they vacillate between apocalyptic hopefulness, utopic horror, and absurdist humor. Spotlights, crescendos of water, and a raft of ducks are just some of the elements at play, reminding us of the familiar strangeness that has seeped into our periphery in the past year.

Curated by Häsler R. Gómez and Kristin Hough

Featuring works by Erin K. DrewIsaac Soh Fujita HowellGarrett Marshall GouldVeronica Graham and Julia KimJeremy Le GrandJackson HuntAdam Liam Rose, and Bea Parsons.

Additional photos HERE