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Gallery 263 presents ‘it feels like a memory i never had’, a solo exhibition of Elizabeth Hatke’s work featuring a collaborative performance between Hatke and Maude Fujii. This hybrid will explore cross-genre and how art can have multiple lives through sculpture, printmaking, photography, performance, and collaboration. ‘It feels like a memory i never had’ is driven by a belief that art can exist simultaneously in more than one time and genre. Through a time-based event; past, present, and future will be reflected in this Gallery 263 hybrid.
This layered show brings up relationships between cross-media and time based events, as well as hopes to envelop the community in the process, breaking down the barrier between gallery-finished work and its making (a witness to the practice)
Hatke and Fujii will discuss their work as individual artists as well as the physical and visceral results of their collaboration, before taking questions from the audience.
Artist Talk: 6pm
On View: 5/26- 5/31, 12-7pm