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charm bracelet: A multi-event experimental & ephemeral curation centered on emerging Latinx artists
With four jewels, otherwise known as events, “charm bracelet” is a multi-event art experience featuring the site-specific work of Gabriela Ruiz and Oscar Chavez, a Los Angeles and Brooklyn-based artist respectively. Centered on envisioning alternative mediums in alternative spaces, these two artists focus on ideas of materiality, the embodiment of glamour, and camp in their practices and fully immersive installations in U-Hauls in the Spring Street parking lot, where the exhibition opening takes place this Friday. A second jewel of the project is a public artist talk led by them in conversation with Isabel Kuh, the project’s curator (Williams College ’23), on 10/14 at 5:30 pm in Lawrence Hall 231 where they will be discussing their practices and approaches to art. The third jewel is a juried student art show by the Art Department’s Class of 1960 Scholars in the Images lobby displaying the work of Williams and Bennington College students. The fourth jewel is a special musical event sponsored by WCFM on 10/22 TBA.