Posted on:September 9, 2019
site specific installation and exhibition by Tomo Mori
September 11 to October 22
In an emotional reaction to the rise of hate crimes after the 2016 election, an installation/sculpture series representative of human connections. Tomo Mori chooses ropes as a symbol, using discarded fabrics as the material and weaving them by hand, as they are universal and ancient. They belong to all cultures, and no one exclusively owns them.
Opening reception: Wednesday, Sept 11 - 5:30 to 8 pm
Gallery Talk: Wednesday, Sept 25 - 12:40 pm
Artist Talk & Dessert: Saturday, Oct 5 - 1 to 3 pm
Alumni Room Gallery, Tuohy Hall
245 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
Wednesdays, 6-8 pm and Saturdays, 1-3pm
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