ARTISTS on view:
Getho Jean Baptiste
Jean Claude Santillus
Jean Herard Celeur
This exhibition initiates explorations of the historic connections between Maine and Haiti. Encouraging an examination of the entangled mobilities between plant-human and non-human relationships held sacred by indigenous communities, we will consider the role plants played through the Haitian revolution and how plant-based practices in both geographies may inform each other as we navigate our way through food sovereignty, sacred/medicinal relationships and rewilding efforts.
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Several members of the Atis Rezistans have work currently on view in the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami as part of PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port-au-Prince, which traveled from Pioneer Works in Brooklyn, NY.