Open to the public between March 12th-April 25th (Mask required)
On view during gallery hours: Friday 1-6pm, Sunday 1-5pm
Artists: Haerim Lee and Yasmin Spiro
Autoethnography is the result of a collaborative effort between Yasmin Spiro and Haerim Lee. The exhibition features new works from both of the artists’ ongoing series. Drawing on frameworks of social politics, urban planning, and ethnographic research, Autoethnography is an exploration of both intimate and societal senses of identity, belonging, and memory. Lee is originally from Korea, and Spiro from Jamaica—both artists explore notions of self, sense of place, belonging and liminality, through these bodies of work.