Amanda Linares: Between Islands and Peninsulas

Amanda Linares: Between Islands and Peninsulas

Now - Mar 31, 2021

On a platform situated just outside the Bakehouse Art Complex's Audrey Love Gallery, artist Amanda Linares will present Between Islands and Peninsulas. The piece is comprised of three interconnected sculptural tables, each accompanied by an artist book that represents her journey from Havana to Miami in 2013. Through the use of text, images, poetry, and found objects, Linares reflects on the immigrant experience and explores themes of identity, memory, displacement, absence, and reconnection.

About the Artist

Amanda Linares is a Cuban-born visual artist who currently lives and works in Miami. She first graduated in printmaking from San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in Havana, Cuba. The experience of leaving her birth country transformed her work's practice, shifting her interest towards issues of identity, displacement, absence, and reconnection. She recently graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from New World School of the Arts.

 

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