This group exhibition portrays the tradition of visual storytelling through women’s voices. The artworks address our aesthetic, political, or philosophical perspectives. Storytelling is central to human existence, common to every known culture and women are usually the record-keepers and the storytellers of the family. These visual and spoken stories are activist/political, a contemporary interpretation of an ancient myth, and based on personal or family stories. This is art that provokes and inspires.
This is a link to a video of the opening party at the Phoenix Gallery in NYC: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q95YJYZuwDw&feature=youtu.be