INVERSION: 2015, Sometimes Art Space
Inversion (31 October 2015): A situation where the origin of the artist is imperceptible, or reversed.
Inversión: Una situación en la que el origen o la nacionalidad del artista es imperceptible, o invertida.
Curated by Marilyn Volkman & Dan Paz
Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo
Adrián Curbelo Díaz
Inversion was presented as a part of the ART PRESENT symposium series in the home of Solveig Font Martinez, creator of Sometimes Art Space. Participating artists had the opportunity to revisit some of the main discursive concerns of the symposium, specifically in regard to the private home as exhibition site. The series was held over three nights in the fall of 2015 and featured the work of 25 artists from Cuba, The United States, Spain and Canada.
Artists in the full series:
Aay Preston Myint, Levi Orta, Karly Mortimer, DIAZ LEWIS, Erik Wenzel, Adrian Curbelo, Regina Mamou, Jackie Carmen Guerrero, Susana Pilar Matienzo, Núria Güell, David Cordero, Rachel Herman, Lawrence Kirk, Brookhart Jonquil, Jeremy Pavka, sophia bartholomew, Yolanda Hernandez, Marlon Portales Cusett, Mary Volkman, Dale Volkman, Steven Cottingham
Dan Paz, Co-Curator, US
Marilyn Volkman, Co-Curator, NL
Solveig Font, Curator at Fábrica de Arte Cubano & Sometimes Art Space, CU
Duniesky Martin, Project Organizer, Instituto Superior de Arte de Cuba
Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo, Project Organizer, CU
A Special Thanks to Julio César Llópiz Casal
For questions about the project, ARTPresent:
firstname.lastname@example.org — at Sometimes Art Space. — with Susana Pilar Delahante Matienzo, Dan Paz and Solveig Font at Sometimes Art Space in Havana, Cuba.