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the College of Staten Island
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Gallery Schedule Spring 2017
Curator of these exhibitions: Beatrix Reinhardt
This group exhibition explores domesticity as a psychological charged space.
February 28 – April 1, 2017
Opening reception: March 2, 2017 // 5-7pm
Gallery talk: March 9, 2017 // 2:30-4:00 pm
Jaclyn Dooner (painting)
Patty Horing (painting)
Zoë Sheehan Saldaña (sculpture)
Title: Don’t Grab my Papaya!
April 19 – May 18, 2017
Opening reception: April 19, 2017 // 5-7 pm with performance by Kiyan Williams
Gallery talk: April 27 // 2:30-4:00
Event with Guerrilla Girls Broadband date & time TBA
Kira Nam Greene
Kira Nam Greene’s (http://kiranamgreene.com) work explores female sexuality, desire and control through lush still-life paintings of food, surrounded by complex patterns and abstract designs. Imbuing the feminist legacies of Pattern and Decoration Movement with transnational/multicultural patterns, Greene creates colorful paintings that are unique combinations of realism and abstraction, employing diverse media such as oil, acrylic, gouache, watercolor and colored pencil.
Katrina Majkut (http://katrinamajkut.format.com) is dedicated to understanding and exploring feminine narratives and civil rights in aesthetics and social practices within mediums such as embroidery, painting and writing. Historically, cross-stitch often denoted ideas of womanhood, wifedom and motherhood but excluded bodily functions, autonomy and diverse lifestyles, which are essential for any of those roles. Her artwork In Control attempts to directly challenge this concept by attempting to stitch all modernproducts related to women’s health/needs with bipartisan, medically honest approaches. It also seeks to respond to contemporary issues surrounding reproductive rights and women’s bodies.
Kiyan Williams (kiyanwilliams.com) Kiyan Williams (gender pronouns they/them/theirs) is a multidisciplinary artist who explores Black queer subjectivity. They create performances, texts, objects, videos, sounds, and installations informed by autoethnography, archival research, and social practice.
Kiyan was born in Newark, NJ and currently lives and works in the Bay Area. They have performed/exhibited work across the country and internationally at venues including: Dixon Place (NYC), JACK Theater (NYC), La Mama Experimental Theater Club (NYC), SOMArts (San Francisco), SFMOMA (San Francisco), Bing Concert Hall (Stanford), Orpheum Theater (Graz, Austria) and more.
Kiyan was an EMERGENYC fellow at the Hemispheric Institute for Performance and Politics at NYU, fellow in the Create Dangerously: Writing for Performance intensive at the Obie-winning JACK Theater (Brooklyn, NY), and artist-in-residence at Destiny Arts Center (Oakland, CA).
Kiyan has received additional awards from the Trans Justice Funding Project, Stanford University, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. They earned a BA with honors in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity from Stanford University.
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