Found In Translation: Sunday Brunch & Artist Talk

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The Duende Art Project says
You're invited to join us of the Duende Art Project at BLUEorange Contemporary for brunch, mimosas, and an artist talk about our current exhibition "Found in Translation" with artists Amber Kaiser and Camila Labarca-Linaweaver.

If you missed the opening this is your chance to see this exhibition and meet the artists while enjoying an informal Sunday afternoon brunch. The event will take place from Sunday, September 18th, from 1pm-3pm at BLUEorange Contemporary on 1208 West Gray St. Houston, TX 77019.

Sign up for copies of the soon to be released limited edition catalog book "Found in Translation" will be available during the artist talk.

Click below to view photos from the opening reception.
https://www.facebook.com/duendeartproject/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1811451292417079
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“Found in Translation” is a visual experience taken from the perspective of artists, Amber Kaiser and Camila Labarca-Linaweaver, both together and as individuals during their global travels. With this exhibition Kaiser and Labarca-Linaweaver create a body of work inspired from the landscape, the buildings, and the people that they’ve come in contact with. The connections they create between each other and the places they visit translate into a visual compilation of personal connection with the world.

Through combined various mediums, each artist’s separate pieces converge as a complete thought, as one whole. As the two exchanged stories of travel, they began to compare similarities between the cities, people, landscapes, even down to the doors, windows, clotheslines, and telephone wires. These exchanges gradually created the narrative and tone for the exhibition’s installations. “Found in Translation” embodies significant moments and feelings that stood out as past experiences were recalled from memory. The use of subtle tones and minimal imagery, fused with bold color and strong lines make up their “sheets” on a clothesline. These “sheets” visually recreate the public display of intimate belongings; in this case, shared memories. In this way, Amber Kaiser and Camila Labarca-Linaweaver symbolize the most significant aspect of travel: taking and leaving a piece of yourself in the form of shared remembrance.
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By: The Duende Art Project

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