The Northeastern University Center for the Arts at the College of Arts, Media and Design is excited to announce its summer exhibition, A Place for Not Forgetting, on view in Gallery360 from June 28 through October 22.
Join us in Gallery360 on June 28 to celebrate the exhibition opening. See the artist’s work in person and hear from Alex Callender herself as well as Center for the Arts Director Juliana Rowen Barton. Open to the public.
In A Place for Not Forgetting, Alex Callender uses drawing, painting, and installation to trace colonial legacies buried in our contemporary imagination. Callender mines archival material from around the Black Atlantic, a term used to describe the cultural exchange and experience of the African diaspora in the Caribbean, the United States, and Western Europe, to explore the broader social, economic, and political structures in and through which Black life, identity, and space have been—and continue to be—shaped.
Read more about Callender and her work here.