Our NEW SPACE is 3233 West 11th St. at ALARA Garage.
Inaugural Exhibit through January 25
Songs for Survival
Kesha Bruce's work explores the complex connections between history, personal mythology, and magical-spiritual belief in the African diaspora.
Her work is included in the collections of The Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture, The Amistad Center for Art and Culture, The University of Iowa Women's Center, The En Foco Photography Collection, and MOMA's Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection.
Opening Thursday, January 30 • 6pm to 8pm
Eric Ockrassa is a Texas native, now living in Chicago, who considers himself a hard edge abstractionist, working with visual systems and color relations. "I am interested in pure color relations and optical movement. I create non-static compositions with cyclical or otherwise delegated movement in mind. This movement is developed through the use of hard edge lines and color contrasts.