ROPE Gallery Talk
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Alumni Room, Tuohy Hall
Presented by St. Joseph's Collge Council for the Arts
In an emotional reaction to the rise of hate crimes after the 2016 election, an installation/sculpture series representative of human connections. Tomo Mori chooses ropes as a symbol, using discarded fabrics as the material and weaving them by hand, as they are universal and ancient. They belong to all cultures, and no one exclusively owns them.
Two site-specific installations 15 feet wide x 5-7 feet high and several mid-size works.
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