Time: February 11, 2017 at 6pm to February 28, 2017 at 9pm
Location: Artspace Mount Baker Artist Lofts
Street: 2915 Rainier Avenue S.
City/Town: Seattle, WA 98422
Website or Map: http://www.artspace.org/our-p…
Event Type: art, exhibition
Organized By: Lulu Kelly and Kathleen McHugh
Latest Activity: Feb 26, 2017
Migration and exile is a constant force creating shifting landscapes of identity, inclusion and exclusion. Society views the migrant as stranger in its midst: a stranger that is either assimilated or feared. Who is the stranger? What is the stranger searching for or fleeing? Don Quixote shifts the perspective from settlement to explorer, whether exiled or migrating through the boundaries of historical situations or our rapidly changing global context. Create art using the altered book form, or mail art (not to exceed size 8"x11" or A4) to be exhibited in both the United States and Chile in 2016. Start imagining and creating now. Details about art/literary/cultural exhibitions and where to send the art will be announced summer 2015. No jury, no return. All art becomes property of the Quixote project to be curated for future exhibitions and symposiums on migration and exile. To participate, please send jpegs of your art, your name and link to your website or contact info to be posted on the Don Quixote blog to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will post jpegs as we receive them for the online exhibition.
Please send your art to:
Don Quixote Migrations
c/o Kathleen McHugh
612 Hi-Ab-La Place Northeast