This exhibit explores language as an agent in pivotal moments, whether interpersonally, socially or globally. Five visual poets (Jordan Abel, Dina Del Bucchia, Lindsay Cahill, Helen Hajnoczky, and Eric Schmaltz) create works that respond to this concept. The exhibit hopes to blur the distinction between visual poetry and visual art by engaging with progressive, reactionary and confessional texts. Created in partnership with Poetry Is Dead Magazine.
Curated by Daniel Zomparelli
Come to the launch party for this exhibit and meet the artists on Sunday, April 19th, 4–7pm. The exhibit will be at the Havana Gallery until April 28th.
Havana Gallery is an accessible venue. To reach the theatre, you must pass through the restaurant to the gallery space. On the right, is a black door leading into the theatre. There is a narrow hallway and two doors to access the performance space, but no stairs.