ALTERED MEANS
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Iman Person & Dianna Settles: bodies of yesterday, today, tomorrow

Iman Person & Dianna Settles:
bodies of yesterday, today, tomorrow

i, too, overflow; my desires have invented new desires, my body knows unheard-of songs.
— Hélène Cixous, "The Laugh of the Medusa"

ALTERED MEANS presents Iman Person & Dianna Settles: bodies of yesterday, today, tomorrow, the first of two exhibitions ALTERED MEANS is organizing to honor Women's History Month in March 2018 at Collect.
March 2 - 14, 2018

Opening reception: Friday, March 2, 2018, 7-10pm

Iman Person is an interdisciplinary contemporary artist working in Atlanta, GA. Her work engages with the dichotomies of self-hood and magical consciousness through the ethereal lens of nature. Person embeds qualities of the feminine, memory, and ritual through drawing, installation, and performance in order to mend the logical and mystical bodies, and incite exploration of these forgotten spaces.

Dianna Settles is a Vietnamese American artist living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. Her work springs from the anxieties of both loss and reclamation of identity politics. This is compounded by an interest in the overlooked and the mundane, giving passing moments and the commonly ignored a place to transcend from unremarkable to enduring.

Collect.
626 North Highland Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Gallery hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12-6pm