Installation view of works by Laura Lee Brott, Gabriela Ochoa, and Alison Starr. Courtesy of The Reading Room
Jessica Ianuzzi Garcia, Birds, 2013
“NEVER TO BE YOURSELF AND YET ALWAYS—THAT IS THE PROBLEM”
The Reading Room, Dallas, 2014
co-curated with Daria Prydybailo
The second group exhibition by (wo)manorial collective addresses the endless doubts, searches, insecurities and frustrations that happen during art-making process. The belief in interconnected generations serves as a bonding tool for members of (wo)manorial collective, that is as a virtual community. The works in this exhibition refer to Virginia Woolf’s essay A Room of One’s Own. Artists manifest a “desktop of one’s own” in lieu of a “room of one’s own” while reflecting on their belonging to the fourth wave of feminism movement.
Haley Kattner Allen, Jessica Iannuzzi Garcia, Gabriela Ochoa, Laura Lee Brott, Rebecca Carter, Tori Whitehead, Alison Starr, and Courtney Brown.