Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination opening October 29, 1 – 5 pm

Aquatic Channels exhibition opening October 19, 1 - 5 pmAquatic channels: waterways, water resources, fluvial imagination reflects on rivers as complex systems shaping human and non-human existence in their multiple roles as fundamental resources for sustenance of life, spaces of political dispute, sites of memory and construction of discourses about possible futures. Presenting the works of Laray Polk (Dallas, Texas), Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas (Los Angeles, California), Gabriel Bicho (Porto Velho, Brazil), and Ubiratan Gamalodtaba Suruí (Cacoal, Brazil), this exhibition engages in an ecocritical approach to present-day water issues through dialogues among artists from various regions in the Americas. Panel discussions with these artists are also planned for fall 2022 and spring 2023. This exhibition will be held in both the Hamon Arts Library/Hawn Gallery and Pollock Gallery simultaneously.

Opening reception: Saturday, October 29, 1 -5 pm in Hawn Gallery, Hamon Arts Library and Pollock Gallery, Expressway Tower. 

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