Each of these artists employs self-metamorphosis as an answer to the male-dominated constructions governing identity.
Conceived, in part, as a response to Mirella Bentivoglio’s Materializzazione del linguaggio exhibition, this display gathers artists and writers spanning the 19th and 20th centuries who employ expanded forms of textual production as tools for emancipation and the practice of difference.
The artists in this presentation bring somatic complexity to “programmed” artistic creation.
Taking up Ursula K. Le Guin’s potent metaphor, this display is conceived as an iconology of vessels in various forms and their symbolic, spiritual, or metaphorical links to nature and the body.
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