On view February 1–16
The Atrium, SFAI—Fort Mason Campus (Pier 2)
Opening Reception: Friday, February 7 | 6:30–8:30pm
We live in tumultuous times. This exhibition features work that endeavors to respond both audaciously and intimately. Images confront directly through complicated identities of activism; as political resistance and personal struggles become paradoxically linked when fighting for inclusion, diversity, and respect.
—Brett Reichman, SFAI Associate Professor of Painting
In conjunction with the exhibition, a lecture by artist Thomas Chung “Death Threats, Indigenous Knowledge, and Cheetos” will be held on Friday, February 7, from 4:30–6pm in the Osher Lecture Hall at our Chestnut Street Campus, followed by the 6:30pm opening of the exhibition at Fort Mason.
Participating Artists: Shara Mays, Adam Weber ,Ye Wang, Jessie Seo, You Jin Sim, Marguerite Bradley, and Emily Golla.
Image: Ye Wang, 自缚（self-binding); oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches. Courtesy of the artist.