Press coverage publication:
Angela Hennessy’s solo exhibition at Southern Exposure, When and where I enter, showcases large sculptures made from woven, crocheted, and braided synthetic and human hair. Her work explores racialized identity, visibility, cultural narratives of the body, and mortality. “When and where I enter” is up until 12/2. On 12/2, Angela Hennessy will speak with Elena Gross and Jacqueline Francis about her work, with Leila Weefur moderating the conversation. Southern Exposure will be closed 11/21 and 23 for Thanksgiving and open on 11/24 and 11/25.
GARCIA: "I think this exhibit is a really thoughtful way of displaying these sculptures with hair. I see myself in that sort of sensibility and presenting of ideas. That's why I'm drawn to this exhibit."