Suzy González Both | And

November 30, 2017 5:00 pm - January 5, 2018 9:00 pm

IIn embracing all parts of ourselves, we can find equilibrium.
Beauty is harmony.
Our dualisms integrate to grow stronger.
Mestiza meditations.
We are here, there, and everywhere.
We look backward to move forward.
To reclaim.
We find clarity in the unknown.
Positive in the barrage of negative.
Healing in the age of destruction.
Subjective symmetry.
To have faith in the power of the people.
Our experiences — symptoms of the system.
The personal is still political.
I don’t know what’s out there beyond the sky, but I know what’s here on Earth.

Suzy González obtained her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her BFA from Texas State University. She has attended residencies at Vermont Studio Center, the Trelex Residency in Peru, The Wassaic Residency, and most recently, the Studios at MASS MoCA. Her latest exhibitions include The Sexual Politics of Meat at the Animal Museum in Los Angeles, Discolored, Mishapen, Broken at Presa House Gallery in San Antonio, Fight or Flight at The Painting Center in New York City, and Mass/Less at Thomas Young Gallery in Boston. She is half of the collective Dos Mestizx and she is also half of Yes, Ma’am zine, which focuses on intersectional feminism and free speech. She lives and works in San Antonio, TX.

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