July 24 - September 21, 2021
As women and nonbinary artists march into the 21st Century, there are a myriad of possibilities regarding our placement in the annals of world history. We have seen promising movement forward while simultaneously watching that forward movement slip away in bits and pieces, both nationally and internationally. The proverbial two steps forward only to be knocked back four steps is an ever-present reality. The battle for equal rights seems never-ending.
We Know Who We Are. We Know What We Want. is an exhibition that examines how the idea of feminism continues to be one that has many definitions, depending on the lens through which it is viewed. I invited artists whose artwork and lives intrigue me and who all take an unapologetic view of their world, to come together in a collective conversation around issues of feminism and humanism. Each of them speaks their truth about belonging or not belonging, about sisterhood, about othering, about justice or injustice, and about the amplification of their voices in all of these topics.
On View: July 24, 2021 | 1–5 pm
1311 East Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, 78702 TexasGet directions