San Antonio Artists Team Up to Tackle Gender Stereotypes, Identity Performance

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BRITTANY HAM AND JUSTIN KORVER
  • Brittany Ham and Justin Korver
Boasting new individual and collaborative works from Brittany Ham and Justin Korver, two increasingly visible local artists, this dual exhibition caught our attention for its promising talents, the consistently multiplying credibility of host gallery Clamp Light, and for its absolutely loaded title.

As you might imagine from the name “Boys With Feelings and Girls Without Them,” this collection of paintings and sculptures tackles important themes of gender and the performance of identity. Through various mediums and explorations of surface, the artists use abstraction to alternately mystify and clarify considerations of how identity is produced and warped in a society that still clings tightly to stereotypes fashioned in the dark ages of our species.



Free, Fri May 11, 7-10pm, Clamp Light Artist Studios & Gallery, 1704 Blanco Road, Suite 104, (512) 569-8134, clamplightsa.com.

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