FLOURISHING: SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED evokes new dynamics of the disabled experience in its attempts to re-world the narratives of non-normative futures of embodiment. As our world experiences drastic social and ethical changes we find ourselves facing a staggering amount of information. Therefore, we must look to the people who are attuned to these shifts; the artists and activists who represent the worlds in which they exist. Each artist’s lived experiences ground the starting point from which they explore their own interpretation of flourishing.
SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED is an inquiry into the depths of how we navigate our bodies. The three featured artists do not present simple answers but rather, transform the gallery into a forum unfolding debate - within themselves, with each other, and with the audience.
Peter Owusu-Ansah, Sarah Ferguson, and Salima Punjani
COMMUNITY SESSION WITH PETER OWUSU-ANSAH
September 15, 12:00 - 2:00 pm: Tangled Art Gallery
Join Peter as he talks to the community about his art practice and techniques. Peter will also discuss the broader topic of flourishing as it relates to this exhibition and his work in general.
ARTIST TALK WITH SALIMA PUNJANI, SARAH FERGUSON, PETER OWUSU-ANSAH
September 22, 2:00 - 4:00 pm: Tangled Art Gallery
Join the artists as they explore the techniques, backgrounds, and subjects employed to create these incredible exhibitions.
SECOND SATURDAY SOCIAL
October 13, 2 pm - 4 pm: Tangled Art Gallery
Tangled hosts social events on the second Saturday of the month centering the interests of our Blind and low vision communities. Second Saturday Socials include live description tours, interactive experiences, and artists sharing insights into their creative process.
To RSVP to October’s Second Saturday Social, please call or email Kristina McMullin at: 647-725-5066 or firstname.lastname@example.org