An Essay by Dianne Brás-Feliciano, Ph.D.
Curatorial text written by Dianne Brás-Feliciano, Ph.D., on the occasion of Lionel Cruet's three-part transmedia exhibition "Rhetorics of an Uncertain Future".
INDUSTRY CITY, BROOKLYN
YI GALLERY is moving to Industry City, Brooklyn with an inaugural exhibition in October, 2021.
More information coming soon.
AUDRA LAMBERT, ANTE MAG
ELENA MARTINIQUE, WIDEWALLS
WIDEWALLS recently featured our online exhibition Artists for #StopAsianHate in their online publication. Read the review here.
By Jonas Albro
Artist Lionel Cruet creates unique artworks which inhabit that divide, using digital tools to reference “places” which can exist in multiple “spaces” at once. Splitting his time between San Juan, PR and New York City, Cruet possesses a sophisticated relationship to these terms. Audio and visual installation, digital printing, found objects, and complex sound arrangements are combined in his practice to reference the layered postcolonial identities and geopolitics of the Caribbean, and to imply connections between that region and other parts of the world.
An Essay by David Ebony
This essay appears in “Annesta Le - Inner Space” exhibition catalog, a limited edition publication by Yi Gallery. A signing event will be held at the gallery project room at 56 Bogart Street.