Inside Out, an exhibition by Hiromi Moneyhun

March 28 – June 27
“The long view of history is that women have only recently emerged as individuals in their own right, though there are still places in this world where this has not yet happened,” says Moneyhun. “The images in this series are representative of this emergence. The featured architecture was purposely chosen for its level of complexity, which alludes to the tangled story of women’s struggle to emancipate themselves in a male-dominated society. While the female figures in each piece are present and visible, they remain somewhat obscured and confined by the intricate web of the structure in which they reside.”

Reception, March 28, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Cathedral Arts Project, 207 N. Laura Street, Suite 300, 281-5599.

Author: Arbus

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