Closing – Intersectionality of Inquiry
Intersectionality of Inquiry, a group exhibition
Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery
1704 Blanco Rd, SA, TX 78212
Free and open to the public
Intersectionality of Inquiry is an exhibition featuring the work of artists – Ana Lucia Carbajal, Audrya Flores, Carly Garza, Laura Latimer, Abby Sherrill, and Jasmine Zelaya. This group show exhibits small to medium scale installations that aim to emphasize or deconstruct levels of intimacy, learned behaviors and perceptions about our surrounding environments. Mediums include painting, photography, fiber and sculptural elements, and embroidery work. These artists were selected from the Clamp Light Artists Open Call and has been curated by Sarah Castillo.
“I thought it would be great to present this group together for their various but similar trajectories of contextual and material choices that all work to address personal questions that are captivating and spatial in their art form,” Castillo says. “I appreciate the diverse, but yet connected queries — symbiotic relationships, ecofeminism, cognitive development and fear, embodiment in identity politics, the sacred in manmade and natural environments and familial oppressions.”