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SPACES. Cleveland, OH
History, identity, and culture are explored in the context of disconnection, diaspora and apartheid.
Given the Circumstances
Project 1612. Peoria, IL
March 2, 2018
Solo exhibition. Discarded architectural remnants of an inner-city neighborhood in decline are the artifacts that assign value to memory, place, and spacial justice.
Second Sight Project, Columbus, OH
January 20, 2018
A visual documentation of vacancy issues in 7 Columbus communities. Exhibition accompanied by discussions on vacancy and the environmental effects of vulnerable neighborhoods.
This exhibition has been generously funded by the Puffin Foundation West, Ltd.
This is Now: Video Series
Gateway Film Center, Columbus, OH
September 14, 2017
Organized by Roy G Biv Gallery
Screening of videos addressing identity and surrounding concepts, including Gazala's "24 Days in Franklinton." Juried by Jared Thorne.
Hugh N. Ronald Gallery, Portland, IN June 2 - July 7, 2017
Second Sight Project, Columbus, OH July 15 - August 1, 2017
Solo exhibition that examines the aesthetics and politics of abandonment and gentrification through the remnants of Franklinton's Bellows School. The struggle between preservation and progress - what is to be discarded and who decides? - is an analogy for how we perceive the people in marginalized neighborhoods.
Exhibition made possible in part through the generous funding of the Greater Columbus Arts Council.