Cristine Brache presents solo exhibition I Love Me, I Love Me Not at New York’s Fierman opening February 10 to March 19.
The press release takes the form of a long annotation by manuel arturo abreu who moves between first person subjectivity and a factual distance through footnotes that connect the two artists.
“With each pass, from vessel to vessel.6
6 Brache presents works that speak to the coloniality of mestizx identity, with its simultaneous assimilatory striving and inexorable sense of loss: a maple domino table with colonial-style legs features porcelain Hoyle-clone playing cards instead of dominos on the raised playing area, which has been coated in the “flesh” tones of silicone.”
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