Date(s) - 05/29 - 07/03
12:00pm - 6:00pm
3030 20th St
San Francisco, CA
We use our hands to support is a group exhibition and a multi-layered project visioned and gathered by Artist/Educator/Curator Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, a member of Southern Exposure’s Curatorial Council. When crafting this show, Lukaza was deeply inspired by the strategies that each of these artists hold in their practices. Their strategies, thoughts and work have guided the direction of the show. The overarching vision was to imagine an exhibition guided by the work of Fronteristxs Collective, Amanda Curreri, Kimi Hanauer, and Sam Vernon, living side by side.
We use our hands to support will exist in numerous layers, creating an overlapping stack: a ‘physical space’ will hold work in Southern Exposure’s gallery by Amanda Curreri, Sam Vernon, Kimi Hanauer and Fronteristxs Collective; a ‘printed document’ designed and crafted by Ginger Brooks Takahashi; and an ‘online’ layer available through the Southern Exposure website. We invite you in as deep as you wish. The physical space will be open by appointment from May 29- July 3, 2021. The printed layer (which will become its own stack) will be sent out via United States Postal Service throughout the course of the show; and the online layer which will be a continual tool for ongoing learning and interaction with the work.
Book an appointment at https://calendly.com/southern-exposure to visit the gallery. More information is available at https://soex.org/projects-exhibitions/we-use-our-hands-support.