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CUBA: Experiences from Havana
Curated by: Elizabeth Cunningham
480 Gate 5 Road
West Deck- Industrial Center Building
Sausalito, CA 94965

March 1st, 2013 - March 30th, 2013
March 1st, 2013 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
You Should Never Meet Your Heroes (Animation Still), Elizabeth CunninghamElizabeth Cunningham,
You Should Never Meet Your Heroes (Animation Still),
2013, Stop-Motion Animation (Still), 0:5:00
© Elizabeth Cunningham
Instituto Superior D\'Arte, Vittorio Garatti, CAT U-ThasoonthornCAT U-Thasoonthorn,
Instituto Superior D'Arte, Vittorio Garatti,
2012, Digital Inkjet Print, 25x21 inches
© Cat U-Thasoonthorn
Untitled, Marcella DavisMarcella Davis, Untitled,
2012, Digital Inkjet Print, 16x22 inches
© Marcella Davis
Bienvenidos (Welcome), Tina DillmanTina Dillman, Bienvenidos (Welcome),
2012, Performance Still
© Tina Dillman
Rabbit Hold, Madeline BrownMadeline Brown, Rabbit Hold,
2012, Digital Inkjet Print, 30x25 inches
© Madeline Brown
Cuban Audio Crisis, Milos Maiorana ZahradkaMilos Maiorana Zahradka, Cuban Audio Crisis,
2012, Sound Installation, Dimensions Variable
© Elizabeth Cunningham
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MFA Program, San Francisco Art Institute San Francisco, CA 94133
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CUBA: Experiences of Havana

Studio 110 Gallery

Saturdays, March 1-31st, 12-3pm

ICB- 480 Gate 5 Rd, West Deck, Sausalito 94965


(What are we and what will we be but a single story, a single idea, a single will for all time?)

In our hyper-globalized world, what does it mean to be isolated?

Fractured, organic, inconsistent and complex; the narrative of Cuba is difficult to define.

 The legacy of the embargo and the revolution, however, is clearer. The Cuban people have been asked to sacrifice for over 50 years. Waiting, forever waiting, for a dream they once held. For the younger and increasingly impatient generation, it is a distant one.

The undeniable result of such sacrifice, perpetually demanded, is a survivalist culture, for better and for worse. We experienced first hand the results: suspicions of outsiders, aggressive hustling, individualistic mentality, yet warmth, strong community, and the most ingenious motorized vehicles on the planet. Cuba is a dynamic and complicated place.

In 2012, a group of ten artists traveled to Havana, Cuba to witness the Habana Bienal. This exhibition represents an accumulation of their experiences, but is by no means comprehensive of the story of Cuba.

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