Dukkha and Liberation
September 27 to November 12
at The Columbia City Gallery
Dukkha is a term that can refer to that which causes suffering, pain, sorrow, distress, grief or misery. As immigrants from India, the Philippines, Cambodia, and Vietnam we come to this country with things to unpack, to share and, sometimes, to put away. As children of immigrants, these same things become a part of our inheritance. Our approach to liberation; spiritual, political, economic, and social includes both our closeness and distance from our physical and historical past.
Curated by Kamla Kakaria and Romson Regarde Bustillo.
Guest artists include Anida Yoeu Ali, Carina Del Rosario, Garima Naredi,
Kamla Kakaria, Minh Carrico, and Romson Regarde Bustillo.
Columbia City Gallery
4864 Rainier Ave South, Seattle WA 98118
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday 11 am to 7 pm