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25
Oct
Date:
October 25, 2021 - November 12, 2021
Location:
Fine Arts & Design Studios Shooting Studio, FADS 106
Categories:
Arts & Performances, Campus Life, Community

Featuring work and spaces that reflect the artist’s life experiences.


Trinity Kai’s collection, In-between Spaces, focuses on the body as our perspective in the world and as a symbol of absence and presence within public and institutional spaces.

“I create spaces in my work that reflect my experiences as a person with albinism, who is classified as other, and that confront and counter systems of discrimination and stereotypes that we all encounter in different ways,” Kai said.

She uses fabric, handmade photographic printing processes, light and sculptural materials to create layers of language that express and reflect the dimensionality of experiences and spaces.

Kai will speak about her work at a special artist presentation at noon Tuesday, Oct. 26, in the Hudson Auditorium, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.

The exhibition and talk are free and open to the public.

Contact Tonia Hughes at thughe38@jccc.edu or 913-469-8500, ext. 3649, for more information.