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Forgotten Words

Forgotten Words aims to create a direct correlation to all the lost conversations, thoughts and mysterious transgression that happen within our lives. Artists Ilana Crispi, Victoria Jang, Kari Marboe, Stephanie Syjuco, Victoria Wagner and guest curator Edith Garcia. In Forgotten Words share their own unique way of addressing the human archive, our stories, our memories and the connections we create as individuals within the world that surrounds us.

They share a history, the story of others, survivors, refugees and the struggles they have endured. Speaking for those of us that feel like strangers in the cities that we live in -  translating the personal stories of others, celebrating the struggles that have been conquered and the power within us to embrace our past, record the present and live for future experiences.

 

 Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017 SRJC Gallery, Installation View Medium: hand built earthenware airbrushed sculpture, slip cast porcelain and hand painted underglaze, hand cut porcelain and underglaze pencil, polyurethane resin or ice. Dimensions: varies

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View
Medium: hand built earthenware airbrushed
sculpture, slip cast porcelain and hand painted
underglaze, hand cut porcelain and underglaze
pencil, polyurethane resin or ice.
Dimensions: varies

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Opening Reception | Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View

Dying Embers, Forgotten Words, 2017
SRJC Gallery, Installation View