Un Quiet Bodies

Opening reception: Friday, April 24th, 7.00 –10.00pm
Exhibition runs: April 24th – May 31st, 2015

Un Quiet Bodies delves into the complex realities of the physiology of trauma, self-awareness, and levels of ability impacting one’s capacity to survive in a society designed for the “able-bodied”. Bond’s work emphasizes the relationship between work, leisure and self-care when accounting for physical and mental limitations. Melting Tallowexplores the implications of ability through the lens of colonial and intergenerational trauma and its physical manifestations in the body.

Zine Reading and Discussion Group – May 17th, 1-3pm
when language runs dry: a zine for people with chronic pain and their allies facilitated by Aja Rose Bond

Closing Performance  – May 31st, 7­pm
Shrouded Forms – Sound by Chandra Melting Tallow
*limited audience of 15 please, RSVP by email programming@gachet.org or in person at the gallery

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