The Hollow Exhibition
|The Hollow Exhibition is about pain.
Pain in emptiness.
Pain in self-loathing.
Pain in depression and anxiety.
Pain in hopelessness.
The Hollow Exhibition is about freedom.
Freedom from darkness.
Freedom from inner negativity.
Freedom from addiction.
The Hollow Exhibition is about you and me. It is about our humanity. It is about our way of dealing with living life in light of our inability to accept ourselves completely and wholly, regardless of our imperfections and flaws.
The artists involved were asked to create works that explore these issues in a way that is personal to them, exposing private and personal memories and emotions that have touched or still touch their lives. These depictions may be shown in a positive light or may reveal the reality of living under the oppression of these issues.
The Hollow Exhibition aims to have the viewers come to understand the reality and the power of accepting one's self the way we are and moving forward into healing and freedom.
The 2011 exhibition was held from September 30th - October 2nd, 2011 @ 2003 South Halsted Street in Chicago, IL
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