When: Fri., April 29, 6-9 p.m. 2016
Blurring boundaries between psychology, politics and intuition - two artists respond to identities coalescing around dreams, ghosts and historical memories. Sculptor Ruth Reese invites characters from the African diaspora into her fairytale tropes. At the same time, Printmaker Sam Vernon creates a Gothic visual art in which black narratives expand the genre. This exhibit brings together many varied and mysterious faces or our collective unconscious as it re-interprets the timeless art-form of mask for present-day audiences.