Coming Through The Gap in the Mountain on an Elephant
Special Programs and Performances
The University Museum of Texas Southern University presents the 2nd installment of 3 special programs and performances by the artists from Coming Through the Gap in the Mountain on an Elephant.
This Saturday at Noon, Artists Regina Agu, Rosine, Kouamen, and Autumn Knight will stage a series of presentations and performances that will dissect and extend some the themes of the exhibition and their artworks in the exhibition.
"Celebration Mix" explores situations and expressions centered on national and cultural branding. Some research cues include the hyper-nationalism of sporting events and crowd celebrations, flag ceremonies, group communication, and mimicry/camouflage.
Rosine Kouamen & Autumn Knight
Viens Causer Chez moi takes the form of a discussion examining the social, psychological, cultural, economic gaps in the relationship between contemporary African Americans and Africans living in America today. Rosine Kouamen and Autumn Knight collaborate as moderators of this dialogue that is also an extension of Kouamen’s art work in this group show.
Where do all the Black Breasts Go? is a site-specific performance piece located in the main gallery at the TSU University Museum. This work utilizes the architectural structure of the building’s interior and the culturally dense locale to embody the theme: breasts.
Please Join us this Saturday, at noon
Texas Southern University
Fairchild Bldg South East Wing
3100 Cleburne AVE,
Houston TX, 77004
713 313 7145
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