January 16, 2020, 5:00 pm   » 

Migration cultivates communication. It is the means by which people of different identities and cultures are able to interact, human to human. Migration is often obstructed, be it through literal walls or invisible borders, and what could be sites of rich cultural exchange instead become locations of violence. Conversely, technological innovation has expanded the boundaries of exchange. The internet has allowed all types of people to form their own micro-communities, which leak into each other in increasingly interesting ways. This exhibit will feature 45 undergraduate works which migrate through each of the artists’ identities, cultures, and other influences. Each of these works are in conversation with one another, connected through our shared human experience.

New Wight Gallery
240 Charles E. Young Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90095
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