Erin Palovick & Shanequa Gay: where do we find grace?

Erin Palovick & Shanequa Gay:
where do we find grace?

At some point on our way to a new consciousness, we will have to leave the opposite bank, the split between the two moral combatants somehow healed so that we are on both shores at once and, at once, see through serpent and eagle eyes.”
— Gloria Anzaldúa, Borderlands / La Frontera: The New Mestiza

ALTERED MEANS presents Erin Palovick & Shanequa Gay: where do we find grace?, the second exhibition ALTERED MEANS is organizing to honor Women's History Month by in March 2018 at Collect
March 16 - 31, 2018

Opening reception: Friday, March 16, 2018, 7-10pm

Erin Palovick is an Atlanta-based artist whose work often changes form. Whether making marks on paper, sounds in space, or moments within a performance, Erin is considerate and inspired by the ineffable. The quality of Erin's work balances between delicate and destructive, evoking subtle tensions in quiet moments. 

Shanequa Gay, an Atlanta native, has drawn praise and critical acclaim for her current art as advocacy projects that challenge the unyielding violence and injustices committed in America and across the globe against the black body. 

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