Naomi Hume states, “If war ultimately defies representation, it can also be said that it requires it.”
100 Years of War, 100 Years Later. Selected artists come together to engage in meaningful dialogue, seeking a new visual language, like the artists of WWI, to communicate experiences of perpetual war. It is an existence of contradictions, fractured identities, and often emphatic anti-war responses.
Opening Reception Saturday, November 10, 2018
11:00AM-4:00PM with Special Clay Workshop
November 9-22, 2018
Common Wealth Gallery