“My work is my way of exploring issues of identity, acceptance, inclusion, pain, and fear. It is completely autobiographical.” – Ramekon O’Arwisters interviewed by Maria Rosaria Roseo, Managing Editor, ArteMorbida Textile Arts Magazine
Moving beyond conventional categories and genres, the 77th Scripps College Ceramic Annual ignites a new contemplation on the ceramics world. The longest ongoing exhibition of contemporary ceramics in the nation will open on February 5 and continue through April 17.
Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves, on view Feb 3, 2022–Jun 5, 2022, presents works by more than twenty-five Bay Area–based contemporary artists reflecting on the Jewish concept of tikkun (Hebrew for “to repair”).
In this moment of radical inclusiveness — finally — those distinctions seem sort of silly, as though a medium could ever be a greater determinant of an artwork’s value than the ideas that drive it (it’s not).