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Nine artists participating in this exhibition share a concern with how practices of visual representation work to construct individual and collective identity. They examine and then reformulate familiar codes of visual culture, turning established conventions of visual representation against themselves. In highly sophisticated and nuanced critical commentary, they explore how both individual and group identities are shaped in and by one's cultural environment. At the same time, they recognize that limiting understanding can be an equally powerful influence in the shaping of one's sense of self and community.
Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University
Art, Art museums, Group show, Charlene Teters, Duane Slick, Bob Haozous, Truman Lowe, Marcus Amerman
Art and Design | Art Practice | Arts and Humanities | Fine Arts
Wright State University Art Galleries (2003). Holponiyochi: Contemporary Native American Sculpture. Dayton, Ohio: Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University.