American artist Gray Wielebinski’s “Shaved in Opposite Directions” utilises sports, specifically baseball, by appropriating its iconographies to interrogate themes such as national identity and “Americana,” desire, myth making, childhood, fashion, gender and the body. Simultaneously combining and blurring the lines between reality, memory, dreams, queer utopias and media representations, the exhibition questions how the framework of the locker room occupies our cultural imaginations.
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b.Dewitt’s debut show, Navigating Proximities: Ana Kazaroff & Alicia Reyes-McNamara, is visually inspired by science fiction. The artists play with the visual languages of sci-fi to interrogate their positions between their own communities and mainstream culture
Event hosted by our friends at A/Side-B/Side Gallery
London, U.K. - b.Dewitt gallery project presents their debut exhibition Navigating Proximities: Ana Kazaroff & Alicia Reyes-McNamara at A/Side-B/Side gallery