Circuitous Succession Gallery (CSG) 500 S. 2nd Street, Memphis, TN 38103
Friday, April 24th
Open to the public.
Headlining performers to play in the CSG performance hall on Friday, April 24th are:
Sean Murphy/Jim Spake Duo
tuba, saxophone, and other instruments exploring traditional, world, and improvisational musics.
Musical performance is from 7-9pm at Circuitous Succession Gallery.
Juan Rojo uses painting, video, photography and printmaking to call into question traditions of representation, and conventions of the depiction of women. He creates tumultuous wrestling matches between representation and abstraction, between contemporary fragmentation and historical representation, between accepted heights of taste and intoxicating trips of high pitch colors. He employs everyday materials like scrapbook patterns, crochet or paper doilies to create naive, hyper-decorative works that merge disparate subject matters and exhibit a high-contrast between form and content, exploring the perversions of our patriarchal society trying to define and control the definition of the feminine.