Radical Dawn, a group exhibition curated by Alicia Piller.
Emerging into a new era after years of the pandemic, racial injustice, and global conflict, the works in Radical Dawn question the human relationship to the surrounding world and open spaces for formal contemplation in the new era. Drawing from complex and interwoven pasts, presents, and futures, Radical Dawn drives viewers into the precipice of newness, introducing various interpretations of alternative experiences. Engaging with painting, sculpture, and installation, each work becomes a relic of a turning point in time, pushing the boundaries of what exists in the imagination. Freely mixed are abstract and representational depictions of the natural and urban worlds, drifting swiftly into the unknown. Exploring futuristic narratives and counter-narratives that cast the role of the art object in a new light, Radical Dawn introduces feminist, symbolic, and even mystical possibilities in contexts that are often limited to a more formalist reading.