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'Femme Vitale'

Every week from June 4, 2022 until July 8, 2022.
Wednesday: 12 PM - 4 PM
Saturday: 12 PM - 4 PM
Perspectives Space
Opening reception: Saturday, Jun. 4, 2022, 6-9 p.m. RSVP online. Viewable by appointment or Wednesday and Saturday from 12-4 p.m.

Perspectives Spaces and Campana Studios are pleased to announce the opening of "Femme Vitale," an exhibition including works from Southern California-based artists Ana Andrade, Kirstyn Hom, Dillon Chapman, and Nicole Merton.

"Femme Vitale" is also the name of a six-episode short documentary series that will launch Telepathine Studio, a film and video production atelier led by creative director Carolina Montejo. Both the exhibition and the documentary series celebrate women working in art, environmentalism, activism, and music who are shifting the paradigms of identity, gender, and joy in the larger San Diego region.

The artist reception will be held on Saturday, June 4 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Perspectives Space, Encinitas. The exhibit will run until Friday, July 8.

RSVP for the opening reception here!
This event is free and open to the public.

About the artists:
Telepathine Studio is a niche video and filmmaking production company that focuses on social and environmental narratives, arthouse films, documentaries, as well as music and sound-based clips. Telepathine works with a group of creative professionals in cinematography, design, narrative strategy, animation, as well as recording and editing, to make films, videos, and experimental media that have striking presence, coherence, and care.

Ana Andrade is a trans-border artist who lives and works between Tijuana and San Diego. Andrade is a multidisciplinary artist who works with video, sound, sculpture, photography, objects, and text.

Nicole Merton is a photographer and activist of Mescalero Apache descent living and working in Orange County. Her most recent work “ Here… Our Voices, Our MMIW Movement”, focuses on the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.

Dillon Chapman is a Southern California-based artist, educator, and cultural theorist who investigates notions of self as subject/object. Drawing from personal and cultural archives, her practice contemplates intimacy, desire, and relations of power through writing and image-making.

Kirstyn Hom is a California-based artist with a BA in Arts from UC Berkeley and an MFA in Visual Arts from UC San Diego, working with sculpture, installation, and performance to explore the intersection of language and textiles.

For more information, please visit or call (760) 634-0273.

Perspectives Space

555 2nd Street
Encinitas , California 92024

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