701 Center for Contemporary Art presents a solo exhibition, Ruptured Silence, by New York resident Eto Otitigbe. Ruptured Silence is the title of a performance originally conceived by Wideman/Davis Dance that examined contemporary perspectives about the confederate flag, a bygone symbol, and its usage as an intimidation tool. Otitigbe chose to adopt Ruptured Silence as the title of his solo exhibition at 701 CCA. The exhibition includes a series of sculptures, video experimental drawings that are alternative representations of familiar themes and objects.
Otitigbe’s exhibition at 701 CCA opens March 5 with the artist reception, 7-9 pm. Reception admission is free for members, and a $5 donation is suggested for non-members.
Reception admission free to 701 CCA Members; $5 suggested donation for non-members.