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Photo by Adrianna Corral

Moody Gallery presents the work of Adriana Corral. For her first exhibition at the gallery, "Line as human/La linea como concepto humano," Corral will present recent work wherein the exhibition title is originally derived from a written text/sabidura in the 1960s by the artist Gego.

Adriana Corral’s installations, performances, and sculptures embody universal themes of loss, human rights violations, memory, and erased historical narratives.  Her practice is rigorous and research based, often requiring her to work within various archives. Experts ranging from historians, librarians, anthropologists, writers, journalists, gender scholars, human rights attorneys, and the victims’ families provide Corral with vital data that aids in the conception of her works.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until February 15.

Moody Gallery presents the work of Adriana Corral. For her first exhibition at the gallery, "Line as human/La linea como concepto humano," Corral will present recent work wherein the exhibition title is originally derived from a written text/sabidura in the 1960s by the artist Gego.

Adriana Corral’s installations, performances, and sculptures embody universal themes of loss, human rights violations, memory, and erased historical narratives. Her practice is rigorous and research based, often requiring her to work within various archives. Experts ranging from historians, librarians, anthropologists, writers, journalists, gender scholars, human rights attorneys, and the victims’ families provide Corral with vital data that aids in the conception of her works.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until February 15.

Moody Gallery presents the work of Adriana Corral. For her first exhibition at the gallery, "Line as human/La linea como concepto humano," Corral will present recent work wherein the exhibition title is originally derived from a written text/sabidura in the 1960s by the artist Gego.

Adriana Corral’s installations, performances, and sculptures embody universal themes of loss, human rights violations, memory, and erased historical narratives. Her practice is rigorous and research based, often requiring her to work within various archives. Experts ranging from historians, librarians, anthropologists, writers, journalists, gender scholars, human rights attorneys, and the victims’ families provide Corral with vital data that aids in the conception of her works.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until February 15.

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Moody Gallery
2815 Colquitt St.
Houston, TX 77098
http://www.moodygallery.com/

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