Virtual Event: Jaime Carrejo: Waiting Rooms 6/2/21 @ NOON


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Artist Jaime Carrejo’s exhibition Waiting uses a plant-filled waiting room to invite reflection on the pandemic and its effect on domestic life. In this program, Carrejo explores relationships to the plants that share our domestic spaces and the symbolism embedded within them, beginning with a deep look at his exhibition and continuing with a conversation on self-care, houseplants, and the comforts of gardening. 


This event will be livestreamed at the listed time on YouTube, but will be available to watch on-demand any time after it begins.


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Jaime Carrejo is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates painting, sculpture, video, and immersive installations. He uses pattern and color, sourced from plants, textiles, and the Southwestern landscape, to address a relationship between place and identity. He considers the layering of materials and imagery pivotal in exploring the collision of multi-hybrid identities and alterity that form complicated relationships.