Art and Culture Center of Hollywood exhibits HABITAT

Through Sun May 20, 2018

Habitat is a multi-disciplinary village of artist environments that examines the cosmos, domesticity, and women’s roles in intimate spaces. Curated by Laura Marsh, visitors are immersed in a series of installations made by individual artists and collaboratives.

Inspired by an article written by Anne-Marie Slaughter, Why Women Still Can’t Have It All, RPM Project stands for artist collaborative of Rhonda Mitrani, Patricia Schnall Gutierrez, and Marina Font. RPM explores the ongoing conversation between women and what they contend with when they juggle their personal and professional lives.  Artist duo Annie Blazejack + Geddes Levenson provide a participatory tent with bleached fabric, referencing the book Herland, by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the author of The Yellow Wallpaper. Eurydice, fiber artist and writer covers the Immersive Gallery walls with embroidered contours of women who overlap and stare back at the viewer, averting the traditional male gaze in art history. All artists included in the exhibition are Pip Brant; Eurydice; Marina Font; Patricia Schnall-Gutierrez; Nick Mahshie; Rhonda Mitrani; Annie Blazejack + Geddes Levenson; Karen Rifas and RPM Projects.

Art and Culture Center of Hollywood
1650 Harrison Street
Hollywood FL 33020

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