Serial Relations (2014)
Bridges have long been used as a metaphor for relationships: they are built and burned. As individuals, we approach these interactions with perspectives, understandings, and goals informed by our unique histories. We seek to bridge these gaps through communication, to find common ground. Navigating these spaces results in deep connection with success or highlights our isolation through failure. The participants in Serial Relations examine the connections between families, friends, and lovers.
This portfolio was exhibited at the Peninsula Museum of Art in Burlingame, CA. It was presented in conjunction with the 2014 Southern Graphics International Conference and featured the work of Carissa Potter Carlson, Youngsoon Chon, Gina M. Contreras, Seul Hwa Eum, Jon Gourley, Daniel Maw, Golbanou Moghaddas, and Lloyd W. Patterson Jr.
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