Lucia Garzon is a queer first generation Colombian American multidisciplinary artist who received a BFA from Tyler School of Art in 2018. Lucia’s work talks about the intersectionality between identity and culture through personal experience as a child of Immigrants. Focusing around the themes of labor, immigration, and family identity, Lucia navigates through personal narratives about her family arriving and creating foundation in the United States. Working mainly in performance and installation Lucia aims to shed light on the often invisible and silent stories of South and Central American immigrants.
Opening reception: July 7th 6pm – 8pm
Open gallery hours: Thursday – Sunday 12-5pm