Uwazi (Transparency) with Tré Suber

Uwazi (Transparency) with Tré Suber

Saturday, June 16 2018, 7:00pm

at Sunset Art Studios


Our emotions are an integral part of who we are. They express our comfort and understanding, or our lack thereof. As much as our emotions are tied to who we are, we must still work to accept and embrace them. In Uwazi (Transparency) objects and atmospheres are studied and embraced in order to integrate the emotional and the intellectual self. Journaling is often an essential part of this integration. In this coming of age exhibit, Suber explores the identity of the artist in the process of adolescent development through writing, assembly and collage, and digital recordings. Reading his letters, listening to his voice, and engaging through the sense of smell allow the viewer to connect with Suber emotionally, intellectually, and physiologically at a moment of distinct possibility.

About the artist

Tré Suber

Tré is a Dallas native with family from Oak Cliff, and a senior at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. In the fall he will start his first year at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA. For the 2017-2018 school year his internship with Sunset Art Studios was spent assisting in artist and community events, gallery operations, and production processes. Sunset Art Studios is excited to feature intern Tré Suber in his first solo exhibition, Uwazi (Transparency).

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