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Three distinct images described from left - a brown boy, his hand on a toilet handle, a patterned shower curtain behind him. A pile of used pillow cases slumped over each other with a white wall and a wooden floor. A pastel drawing of a bathtub chair
Colonialism as Disability/Disability as Colonialism
Real Art Ways presents a conversation between New York-based artist Alex Dolores Salerno, Puerto Rico-based artist Miguel González Cordero, and exhibiting artist Kevin Quiles Bonilla. On Thursday July 22 at 6:30 PM EDT, the three artists will present their work and explore the various ways disability, queerness, and Puerto Rican identity collide. The conversation will last about an hour with a question and answer portion at the end. This event will be held on Zoom and live streamed to the Real Art Ways Facebook page.

This panel is supported in part by the Artist Engagement Fund from the National Performance Network.

Image captions from left:
Kevin Quiles Bonilla
"Untitled (Exposure therapy documentation)"
Analogue photography, 2002/2021

Alex Dolores Salerno
"Pillow Fight"
Used pillow cases and medical ephemera, 2019-ongoing

Miguel González Corderro
"How Do You Shower?"
Pastels on paper, 2020

Jul 22, 2021 06:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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