The One & the Many: Perspectives on Self and Other in Art & Human Rights Practices
Date: September 27 - October 31, 2013
Location: Gallery 249, located on the second floor of the College Park Center (CPC 249)
Format: Multi-media Group Exhibition
Sponsor: Department of Visual Arts
Contact: Glenna Jennings, Curator & Organizer
Supporting involvement: Joel Whitaker, Co-organizer, Judith Huacuja, Co-organizer
Website: Department of Visual Arts
From a bustling beach on the Turkish coast to the somber interiors of abandoned schools on an Oklahoma Seminole reservation, The One and the Many examines notions of Human Dignity from multiple perspectives. Are Human Rights pre-political or are they the artifacts of laws and institutions? Do they belong only to individuals or also to groups? How can we re-vision and de-center human rights to more broadly address the human condition for both the self and the community? This exhibition brings together an international roster of artists whose works speak, each in its own idiom, to human capability and the pursuit of both happiness and social justice.
- Isabel Avila
- Juan Si Gonzalez
- Merve Kayan and Zeynep Dadak
- Issa Randall
- Sheryl Oring
This event is free and open to the public.