Shades of Impact at Worth Ryder Art Gallery, June 7th – 14th, 2014

The Worth Ryder Art Gallery and the Department of Art Practice Present:

Shades of Impact

Curated by DISCLOSE

Saturday, June 7th through  Saturday, June 14th, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 7th, 6 – 9pm
With performances from 7:30 – 8:30 pm

Worth Ryder Gallery, 116 Kroeber Hall, UC Berkeley
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 12 – 5pm

Free and Open to the Public
This event is wheelchair accessible

Featuring: Indira Allegra, Danielle Burnette, Cassandra Clark, Natalie Isabel Contreras, Patti Davis, Lisa Evans, FORCE, Lydia Greer, Aqueila Lewis, Briah Luther, Rachel Mack, Quinn Peck, Lola Preza, Nicole Pyles, Favianna Rodriguez, Cristina Rose, Azin Seraj, Jadelynn Stahl, Jill Therrien, LissaIvy Tiegel

The impact of sexual violence culture is absolute. From the moment of contact, it ripples through the lives of those who experience assault, affecting their loved ones, their community, and their world. This impact is insidious, replayed and encouraged to thrive through media, various forms of oppression, social conditioning, stigmatization and fear. No one of us is left untouched. Join DISCLOSE for a profound exploration of the many shades of impact through the diverse work of local and national visual, spoken, video and performance artists.

DISCLOSE is a Bay Area, art-based collectivist organization founded in the Spring of 2013 to address the pervasive issue of sexual violence. We aim to actively consult with and engage our diverse communities through outreach, direct action and participation in various forms of art activism in order to facilitate dialogues that address the complex oppressive systems that allow sexual violence culture to thrive.

Quinn Peck, “Twirl”, digital photography, 2013.

Nicole Pyles, “Virgin”, 2014.