On Wednesday, February 27 from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m., there will be an opening reception for the group art exhibition That's What She Said at the Edwin W. Zoller Gallery located on the first floor of the Visual Arts Building within the School of Visual Arts at The Pennsylvania State University. That's What She Said is a traveling exhibition co-curated by Xalli Zuniga, PhD candidate in Art Education, and Katie Hovencamp, MFA alumna '14.
The exhibition brings together a constellation of diverse artistic proposals that aesthetically diffract gender, as regarded through the lens of visual-cultural productions. The artists that are part of this ensemble craftily entangle concept with material in order to create a malleable message that seeks to redefine the conditions of its own genre.
Presenting an eclectic mix of local and international artists, this show engenders a conversation around the entanglement between intersectionality and the contemporary art landscape of the present. The gathered body of work addresses the multiple and embodied experience of gender violence, while addressing the broader historical and material processes that shape people’s political construction. This exhibition will bring together various perspectives on how feminism and contemporary art relate in terms of disclosing the lived experience of the identity of “woman,” from the perspective of a diverse range of contexts, voices, and media.
- Performance by Heather Sincavage on Monday, Feb. 25th, 2 - 6pm.
- Performance by SoVA undergraduate student Laurel Charleston on Wednesday, Feb. 27th, 5:30 - 7pm.
- Curators' talk followed by an open discussion on Friday, Mar. 1st, from 2 - 3pm.
The exhibition will be on view to the public from February 25 - March 1, 2019. #psusova #SoVASoGood