Artists Sakura Kelley and Rosemary Engstrom question how the world is understood/framed/controlled. As a photographer, Kelley asks "what can photography do?" and examines how the frame of photography can be shifted. Similarly, Engstrom is interested in rejecting the parameters of normalcy in order to envision modes of queer existence. Exploring the role of play, Engstrom asks how play can be used to examine systems of control. Sarah Doyle Women's Center, 26 Benevolent Street.
Object Q: New Works by Two Queerdos Obsessed with Images
When: Monday, October 16, 2017 - 9:00am to Friday, October 27, 2017 - 5:00pm