Watertight: Sandra Ramos

Exhibition runs Jan. 23–May 28

This event last occurred May 28, 2016

Cuban artist Sandra Ramos has exhibited her work internationally since the late 1980s. This exhibition revolves around eight recent, short video animations that explore the complex historic and current relationship between Cuba and the U.S. Her witty figures and settings draw from literature, popular media and the island of Cuba, and combine in narratives that explore provocative issues of immigration and international borders, containment and power structures, illusions and lost utopias.

The animations are on loan from the collection of I. Michael and Beth Kasser, who generously supported the artist’s residency. The exhibition is supported by the Evelyn Smith Exhibition Fund.

Event: Artist's Talk, Tuesday, Jan. 26, 5:30 p.m.

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Image credit: Sandra Ramos, "Aquarium," 2013. Still from video animation. Image courtesy of the artist.

Sandra Ramos, Aquarium, 2013. Still from video animation. Image courtesy of the artist.

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