This event occurs weekly, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Living Arts of Tulsa will present a multi-media exhibit of Jave Yoshimoto’s work. Intractable Chasm examines the refugee crisis in Greece, experienced firsthand by Yoshimoto when he volunteered at a refugee camp. The exhibit consists of wood reliefs, paintings, and an interactive exhibit with sculptural work, recordings, and generated instructions.
Short artist statement: My work takes on the ephemerality of news and information and how the emotions we bring to each tragedy in the news cycle are swept away by the wave of information that floods the media. I address this social amnesia through my art with the work acting as a social memory for tragic events so quickly forgotten in our information age.
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