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(Re)-Claim: what gets left behind
934 Brannan @ 8th
San Francisco, CA 94103


May 6th, 2010 - May 28th, 2010
 
, Christina Mazza, Su-Chen Hung, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Kathy Fujii-Oka, Judy Shintani and Truong TranChristina Mazza, Su-Chen Hung, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Kathy Fujii-Oka, Judy Shintani and Truong Tran

© Su-Chen Hung, Sky Line, Mixed Media, 2010 Truong Tran, 900 cootie catchers, Mixed Media, 2010 Christina Mazza, Contained Spaces: Natasha, Archived Digital Print, 2010
Transformed, Christina MazzaChristina Mazza, Transformed, May, 2010
© Photography by Robert Hsiang, 2010
Two Friends, Su-Chen HungSu-Chen Hung, Two Friends, May, 2010
© Photography by Robert Hsiang, 2010
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(Re)-Claim presents a critical investigation into the discarded objects of the everyday or what gets left behind and the redemptive process that renders an object "fundamentally new." How does detritus reveal the imprint of its locality and the residue of human lives? This exhibition locates the self in poetic, imaginary as well as ecological modes and gives voice to moments personal and historical by re-framing the present. In a time of frugality and perceived scarcity- the impetus that nothing shall be discarded also includes stories, history, memory and ultimately, our deep interconnections.


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