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Andrew Moore in collaboration with Amm-ra Seka
Curated by Joan Vorderbruggen
Opening reception Friday March 4th from 6pm-8pm
The Promised Land: How Do We Change This will be on display from Friday March 4th to 26th 2022.
Promised Land: How Do We Change This
Is an immersive arts experience featuring provocative, dark, and raw assemblages of found objects, textiles, and mixed media. Moore describes his work as “reality art,” a powerful form of protest towards issues such as domestic abuse, gentrification, racism, and poverty.
“This work shows that my experience is unjust, as a formerly incarcerated Black man and member of the Panther Party, the truth gets lost in our society with all the violence we are subjected to. The Bill of Rights was never designed for people of color and the system and the injustice is all connected. So many people are asleep to what’s going on. My concept is to show people that this “Promise” has not been a promise to Black people and is something that everyone needs to view differently.” - Moore
Andrew Moore is a Minneapolis, MN based self taught outsider artist whose work focuses on themes of racism, disparity, and injustices forced upon Black individuals and families in our community. Mr. Moore is known for his previous work as a Powderhorn Park lawn artist, Moore made a 15 year practice using his front yard as an open-air gallery for controversial sculpture work that challenged local government and unapologetically called out inequities.
To view more of Andrew Moore's work visit his Facebook or Instagram.
Amm-Ra Seka is a Minnesota based artist working as an illustrator, 3D prop maker, and sculptor. Amm-ra spent his formative years as part of the Heart of the Beast arts community in South Minneapolis.
Joan Vorderbruggen is a community organizer, coach, non profit consultant, public artist, and nurse. Joan has led the development and creation of hundreds of artist-led community events, programs, murals, and arts initiatives across Minneapolis and the greater Twin Cities area. Joan serves on the Board of Directors for Forecast Public Art, Chairs the Minneapolis Arts Commission, Co-Chairs the Salvation Army Harbor Light Advisory Council. She is a 2018 Humphrey Policy Fellow and a National Art Strategies Leadership Coach.
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