Image: The Robots, Georgia Whist, 2021.    

Curated by multimedia artist and curator Kat Singer, Un/Common Threads presents a constellation of works by Mad and neurodivergent artists that troubles the dichotomy of mental health and mental wellness. These intimate textile artworks weave complex narratives of recovery, resilience, and restoration; illustrating how pain and joy, celebration and mourning, acceptance and change, are inextricably intertwined.

Works in the exhibition are meant to be touched, providing audiences with the opportunity to immerse themselves in the tactility of the medium. In line with Kat’s previous curatorial projects, Un/Common Threads furthers a vision of a future where difference is no longer feared or pathologized, but welcomed and desired.

Read the curatorial essay here.

Artists: Brandon Wulff, Khadija Aziz, V Vallieres, Apanaki Temitayo, Kingi Carpenter, Paulina Wiszowata, Catherine Heard, Estée Klar and Adam Wolfond

The offsite gallery will be open to
the public at the following hours:

Tuesday 1 – 6 PM
Wednesday 1 – 6 PM
Thursday 1 – 8 PM
Friday 1 – 6 PM
Saturday 1 – 6 PM


Please note that Thursday is the day we have extended hours for those who cant make it otherwise.

APRIL 4 - 27, 2023

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