The art gallery at the Cuesta College campus in San Luis Obispo is ready for the new school year.
The fall exhibit opened Thursday, with art from Pakistani-American artist Anila Agha.
Agha says her work exposes tension in gender and global politics.
She calls her work “All the Flowers Are For Me.”
Agha works in a cross-disciplinary fashion with mixed media, creating artworks that explore global politics, cultural multiplicity, mass media, and gender roles in our current cultural scenario.
Her artwork is conceptually challenging, producing complicated weaves of thought, artistic action, and social experience.
Agha says, “As people walk around it, it's experiential because it has a tendency of turning the people who are walking in the space as part of the artwork.”
Her exhibit will be shown there through September 22nd.
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