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Curated by: Richard Turner
117 N. Sycamore
Santa Ana , CA 92701

July 7th, 2014 - July 26th, 2014
July 7th, 2014 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
orange county
(714) 667-1517
Mon-Wed by app't; Thurs and Sun 12-5; Fri-Sat 12-9; first Sat of month 7-10
conceptual, performance, installation, mixed-media, photography, sculpture, abstract, drawing, video-art, digital, traditional, surrealism, realism, modern, landscape, figurative, painting, Juried exhibition

The word “HÔME” resonates on cultural, emotional, intellectual, religious, philosophical, political and spiritual levels—as a place, a space, a myth, a source of identity, a promised land, a state of being, a war zone, an impossibility, and/or an inalienable right.

This simple word is open to a wide variety of interpretations. HÔME can connote security, belonging, memory, and comfort, or arouse feelings of dread, alienation, and pain. HÔME informs and is informed by geography and history, identities and ideologies, imagined and lived experiences.

Artworks may explore what it means to create a HÔME or to be without HÔME, what happens when we leave HÔME and arrive in a new place, or how relationships with culture, history, emotion, intellect, religion, philosophy, politics, and spirituality affect the idea of HÔME.


To illuminate and enrich our understanding of the concept of “HÔME” through artworks that critically explore the concept and that also allow us to see various interpretations of the concept from different cultural standpoints (i.e. Vietnamese American, Cambodian American, Mexican American, White American, generational, etc.)

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