Perpetual Settling Dust
We invite the community to be part of Perpetually Settling Dust (El Rezo) by participating of the “sewing circles” to embroider the names of documented Disappeareds onto a fabric skirt that will become the skirt of the sculpture.
Perpetually Settling Dust (El Rezo) is a mixed-media transition piece that shifts in the approach and process of painter/sculptor Monica S. Camin’s practice. Through exploration of her roots, her own individual existence and the effects of a life lived, Camin uses her work to ask questions and find answers through her narrative creations. However, like most inquiries about history, identity and accountability, one response disrupts another. And much like the aftermath of conflict and the unknown consequences of our own actions, we are left with perpetually settling dust.
Camin’s work is dedicated to closeness—an ever-deepening closeness to the infrastructure of oneself, the universalities that unite humankind, and the emotional energy that either overtly or subtly drives all things.
On May 11th, 12th and 13th from 3 to 6 pm at Conesa 667, Fundación ‘ace.