March 7- March 24
Gallery Hop Reception: Friday, March 16 at 5 PM - 8 PM
Chin's multi-disciplinary installation of textiles and sculptures immerses the visitor in a transcendental space, in which textile structures create alternative environments where nature and the body intertwine. Using ecological sourced crushed silk, plastics, and repurposes objects, Chin weaves a narrative of the joys and losses that occur female-center communities.
Chin pulls in the vibrant colors and materials of Jamaica, where she was born. Raised by her grandmother and mother, she redefines motherhood as a state of continual intergenerational connection and interpersonal creation. Time is tracked in this state of being by sculptural representations of the stages of her mother’s illness. Diagnosed only 36 months before she died, Chin’s mother is the catalyst for the emotional rigor and upheaval expressed in her work, which culminates in a world of separation, grief, and ultimately, renewal and healing.
JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2018: NEW DOMESTICITY, WOMEN'S WORK IN WOMEN'S ART
DECEMBER 2017: TRAVIS TOWNSEND, 7 NEW SCULPTURES AND A FEW SMALL PAINTINGS
NOVEMBER 2017: ALEC GANESHA, A KING'S ANGEL
OCTOBER 2017: COMMUNITY ART COOPERATIVE, YOU ARE HERE NOW
AUGUST 2017: JULIA SEBASTIAN, CLUSTERED AND PLACED
JULY 2017: LATITUDE ARTS, BREAKING STEREOTYPES
JUNE 2017: JACOB ROBERTSON, STORIES
MAY 2017: LEXINGTON GUILD OF PRINTMAKERS, ANNUAL MEMBERS' EXHIBITION
APRIL 2017: ALLISON BROWN, TRANSFIGURATION
MARCH 2017: NASTY WOMEN KENTUCKY
FEBRUARY 2017: KATHERINE SPEARS, VANITIES
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