Hosted by Inbreak and Dea Studios
, "Excavating Echoes" is the culminating exhibition of the 2022 Inbreak Residency. This exhibition is a virtual showcase featuring works by Inbreak residents Alice Blumenfeld, Young-Ly Hong Chandra, Rocio Vasquez Cisneros, and William Wallace III.
The four participants of the 2022 Inbreak Residency offer diverse explorations of communal echoes:
- Who are we if we do not know the textures and shapes of ancestry that form us?
- What does it mean to exist in the in-betweens of home and foreign place and of memory and loss?
- What do we carry in our bodies? What forms of trauma and healing make their presences known through the works of our hands?
- In what ways are our identities lost or mangled if we do not have grounding places to anchor us?
These and other questions invite us to consider how our lineages, memories, and ancestry mark us, and how those marks inform what we are leaving for future generations.About the Inbreak Residency
The Inbreak Residency is an incubator for creatives of any discipline to foster a brave space that facilitates a raw exploration of art, faith, and race in the United States. Over the course of three months, residents engage in texts, open dialogue, and somatic practice to metabolize themes surrounding racial trauma in the U.S. Each resident is encouraged to reimagine their individual role in generating social healing through self-led community projects using their practice and tools provided by the residency.