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current exhibition
Flowers Body
Sarah Julig
03.01.20 - 03.22.20

Opening Sunday, March 1, 4-7pm Exhibition on view Saturdays 12-4pm and by appointment This exhibit is a response to the constant demand from our capitalist culture to present only our most attractive selves to the world, and to compete and attack each other at any sign of weakness. Our goal is to construct as space of caring in opposition to this, and to mourn for what we have lost. In her essay Sick Woman Theory, Johanna Hedva asserts that living with a chronic illness in a society that values bodies only for their labor is a political act. As she concludes: " The most anti-capitalist protest is to care for another and to care for yourself. To take on the historically feminized and therefore invisible practice of nursing, nurturing, caring. To take seriously each other’s vulnerability and fragility and precarity, and to support it, honor it, empower it. To protect each other, to enact and practice community. A radical kinship, an interdependent sociality, a politics

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