Rina Banerjee: Make Me a Summary of the World

  • through May 31, 2020
  • Fowler Museum of University of California Los Angeles
This exhibit brings together several of Kolkata-born US artist Banerjee's monumental installations in conversation with more than two dozen sculptures, as well as a thorough selection of works on paper to create an otherworldly and multisensory space. Using a variety of gathered materials ranging from African jewelry to colorful feathers, light bulbs and Murano glass, Banerjee's works investigate the splintered experiences of identity, tradition and culture prevalent in diasporic communities. These sensuous assemblages present themselves simultaneously as familiar and unfamiliar, thriving on tensions between visual cultures and raising questions about exoticism, cultural appropriation, globalization and feminism.
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"Infections Migrations," by Rina Banerjee, installation view.

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