Wall of Shame
social response work by gallery artists
October 20-November 21
limited in-gallery reception October 30th (4-8pm)
We are excited to present Wall of Shame, an exhibit of social response work exploring issues confronting us by the current administration such as Black Lives Matter, climate change, COVID-19, nuclear proliferation, and xenophobia. There will be an opening reception on Friday, October 30th, 4-8pm. The genesis of this exhibit is a wall installation that Pamela Joseph created of 35 portraits of members of the Trump campaign and administration, all silenced with superimposed Scold’s bridles (16th century muzzles used to silence women.) After deciding to present this powerful installation, we chose to explore issues around political tension leading us to an entire exhibit of social response work.