LATITUDE,Chicago’s premier community print lab,celebrates community practices with Value Prints,a group photography show and print sale featuring the work of nine Chicago-based artists, on-view March 31 through April 28. Untitled (Undulation Elaboration, Instar 1) by Lucia Calderon Arrieta undulates layers of blue, green, pink, and iridescent cut paper blobs float in layers, collaged on a pastel-and-neon watercolor background. They float, diaphanous, printed on organza.
Edition of one
Dowels not included in purchase
Dimensions : 40 x 60 inches
Materials: Archival Inkjet Print on Jacquard Silk Organza
Lucia Calderon Arrieta
Lucia Calderon Arrieta is a fiber artist + anti-racist educator residing in the unceded lands of the Potowatomi, Peoria, Miami, Ojibwe, and Oglala Sioux (“Chicago”). Lucia learned to sew from Abuelita and learned to call it fiber art from Academia. They investigate boundaries of identity, armor, and vulnerability using skin conditions as metaphors for trauma held in a racialized body. Their most recent body of work is inspired by undersea ecosystems that survive darkness and pressure by embracing softness.https://www.luciacalderonarrieta.com/ @LCA_StudioDiario
LATITUDE (West Town)
LATITUDE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located in the West Town area of Chicago. LATITUDE maintains a community digital lab with high-end scanning and printing equipment, C41 film processing, operates an artist in residence program, and organizes regular education & arts programming.
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