Fairfax, George Mason University Art and Desing Building. 4400 University Drive, MSN 1C3Map
Migrant artists who have created compositions without borders with common references such as departure, discovery, abandonment, uprooting, rupture, pilgrimage and reconstruction. Artists who have been transplanting their own realities and inhabiting a number of transition zones, which has allowed them to mutate in each of these migratory moments. Migrants who have been producing mestizo entities and redefinitions of their environment, where this kind of mental diaspora generates new migratory aesthetics in a world where deterritorialization has become the norm. An open look at the experiences of the other and the misalignment of the foreigner, hand in hand with the ambiguities and questions of art. A displacement that translates into new cultural imbrications and existential order and at the same time shows a hope of blurring borders.