The Plural "I" : group exhibition at Davis Orton Gallery
A group exhibition at Davis Orton Gallery, exploring diverse visions about queerness through photo-based works & video that question the binary, resists the prescribed gender norms & challenges assumptions about the ways things are placed within neat boundaries.
32 works by 16 artists selected through international competition.
Conceived & curated by Nandita Raman
Jurors Nandita Raman & Karen Davis.
Exhibition Dates: August 1 – 30, 2015
Artists, Top to bottom, left to right: Natalie Kirk, Holly A. Lay, Ashlie DaCosta, Linda Troeller, Laurie Blakeslee, Chris Maliga, Preston Gannaway, Lucas Andahl, Julian Gray, Gary Beeber, Anna Brody, Phaedra Call, Ellen Feldman, Eva Weiss, Patricia Silva (video), David Lykes Keenan (video)
Nandita Raman (1980, India) is a visual artist working with image based mediums.
She has exhibited in Chicago, New York and North Carolina. Her works are in the
collection of the Snite Museum of Art. She is a recipient of the Sarai Independent Study Fellowship 2006 and the Daylight/ CDS Project prize 2010. Her work is
published in Moment, Elle India, Flair Italy, Outlook, Timeout Delhi and The
Guardian. Raman received an MFA from the International Center of Photography-
Bard program in Advanced photographic studies in 2012. She studied fashion
communication at National Institute of Fashion technology and has produced and
directed documentaries and ad films.