In conjunction with Zoë Charlton’s exhibition, The Domestic, C. Grimaldis Gallery presents Snippets, Tatters, and Wisps: Collage and its Conditions with artists Deborah Roberts and  Zoë Charlton in a conversation moderated by Tim Doud.
Is collage an inherently political art form? Collage, the territory of Cubists, Dadaists, and Surrealists, is a process that reflects the fragmentation of culture, illustrates disruptive political actions, and signals the potential for the re-building of worlds and experiences.  Deborah, Tim, and Zoë use collage and employ a collage aesthetic with different endgames in mind, but their overlaps speak to bodies, identities, fragmentation and embedded cultural signs within their source materials.
Please join us on Wednesday, June 17th at 6PM on Zoom for this virtual conversation. We look forward to your presence and participation!
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Add to Calendar 20200617 America/New_York 523 North Charles Street Baltimore MD 21201 Snippets, Tatters, and Wisps: Collage and its Conditions with artists Deborah Roberts and Zoë Charlton