GOCA Downtown presents Adrift, a pop-up exhibit by artists JD Sell, Su Cho, and Jasmine Dillavou from 5-8 pm. Artist talk begins at 7:00 pm.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
This exhibition explores the fluidity of cultural isolation through a temporary lens.
Through performance, installation and images, these works speak on sympathetic viewpoints of disconnect. Each artist’s narrative is activated by extracting content from space, allowing
viewers to deeply examine stories such as diaspora separation, cultural identity, and
personalized internal islands. By placing the self in a non-binary form of separation, away from place, away from culture; we drift from where we are, in search of better direction and meaning.
ABOUT GOCA 121
GOCA 121 is UCCS’ satellite gallery in Downtown Colorado Springs. The space opened in February 2010, and is the product of a partnership between UCCS and Nor’wood. 121 features work by locally, nationally and internationally renowned professional artists and hosts many of GOCA’s signature programs (like ART&WINE and CHITCHAT). Located in the Plaza of the Rockies South Tower, next door to the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR). Gallery hours are Thursday – Saturday, 1-6 p.m. or by appointment.