on complexity and resilience in the modern world with Bianca Broxton, Nasiri Guzman, Vince Phan, Jack Snell, Maria Terentieva and Zahirah Truth
January 8-March 8, 2024
This exhibition offers a rebuttal to institutional norms by dismantling the very foundation of organized social control—its systemic inequities and its contagion of a historically determined dystopia. Working within multiple media, each BHCC alumni-artist approaches their artmaking as an act of courage, strength and defiance against perennial assaults on freedom, justice and the wellness of the human race. Focusing on the discursive topics of emotional trauma, human mortality, the complexity of intersectional identities and the irreparable degradation of the environment, this encompassing body of work highlights the need to seek, through the use of individual voices, a collective redress to aggression and numerous other ills that have plagued, and continue to threaten, our vulnerable but resilient existence.
Co-Curated by Bianca Broxton
Dissident Morphologies: Art about the Complexity and Resilience of the Modern World
Artists' Reception with Bianca Broxton, Nasiri Guzman, Vince Phan, Jack Snell, Maria Terentieva and Zahirah Truth
Co-curated by Bianca Broxton
Special performance presentation by BHCC Alumna Artist and Educator Zahirah Nur Truth, affectionately known as Da Artist ZNT.