Thru April 23
Tables can be divisive, painful reminders of our exclusion. We can feel lonely as we sit at the outskirts of the table, seeing no one else like us, no one willing to listen. But the table is also a site for radical change, of positive connection, and of shared power.
The (Re)Set the Table exhibition convenes artists of different identities and backgrounds who invite us to their table. We have the opportunity to view the world from the perspective of a woman who cannot see and artists whose migration makes them invisible in new communities; from black women whose struggles persist across generations and men whose countries reject them. We are invited to a table built by a group of women who reset the table with love – love for one’s community, for one’s art, and most importantly, for one another and one’s self.
What role do we each play in resetting the table?
Yellow House, 577 King Street. More information at yellowhouseart.org