December 1-15, 2021
“Skip – 5 senses” (installation view)
Sprague Gallery is pleased to announce Skip – 5 senses. Skip (HMC) is a poet whose works explore themes of growth, memories, and transformation. On view is their poetry presented for the first time in a gallery space.
The collection of five poems spread across the gallery uses bodily senses, objects, and viewer participation, through which memories of growth are simultaneously constructed and altered. Viewers are invited to take a piece of caramel and pop the bubble wrap.
Skip – 5 senses opens on December 1 and continues through December 15, 2021. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM. As a precautionary measure, the exhibition is open to students, faculty, and staff of The Claremont Colleges only. Masks are required.
The exhibition is curated by Julia Hong.
Installation view from left to right: Bubble Wrap Heart, 2021; inhale the memories, exhale the change, 2021; recipe for a life in poems, 2021
inhale the memories, exhale the change, 2021
looked at, gazed upon, seen, 2021
Bubble Wrap Heart, 2021
Installation view from front to back: recipe for a life in poems, 2021; looked at, gazed upon, seen, 2021
some semblance of a love song, 2021
Backdrop is a night view of lavender planted in a fenced garden. 2021. Color overlay on photo courtesy of the artist.