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Title: "Supreme Being: The Symmetry of What You Saw and What You Say" Official Installation Image
Authors: Brown, Rashayla Marie
Photographers: Pankey, Chip
Keywords: Clough-Hanson Gallery;2018 Spring
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2018
Publisher: Memphis, Tenn. : Art Department, Rhodes College
Abstract: This is an installation image of Rashayla Marie Brown's exhibition "Supreme Being: The Symmetry of What You Saw and What You Say". The exhibition description reads as such: "In an 'undisciplinary' installation, Rashayla Marie Brown (RMB) explores a diverse array of media including writing, photography, voiceover acting, and an installation of a makeshift red 'dark room,' school desks, red vinyl window coverings, and a red carpet. Melding the aesthetics of kitsch (bourgeois realism) and communist art (social realism) with those of high art (museum design) and film, RMB’s work explores the coercive foundation of systems of display found in the desire to communicate a clear, moral message across various cultural contexts". Lauded as a 2017 Artadia Awardee, artist-scholar Rashayla Marie Brown (RMB) manages a living studio practice across an extensive list of cultural production modes, including photography, performance, writing, drawing, installation, and video art. The exhibition opened on January 19 in the Clough Hanson gallery.
Description: This digital image was photographed by Chip Pankey and uploaded to DLynx by the Visual Resources Center in February, 2018.
Appears in Collections:Clough-Hanson Gallery

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