Nepantla is a week-long exhibition that will take place in-between the Hockney Gallery and the public sphere Challenging traditional white cube exhibitions, the gallery will serve as the locus for interventions, performances and artworks that will occur in public spaces and communities across London. On day one the exhibition space will feature only a timetable and a map of the week's events, but over time it will develop into a living and breathing documentation of each public intervention. And on the final, the Hockney Gallery will host the private view.
Nepantla is a word used by Latinos and Chicanos that means “in-between-ness”. This term has been used as a slogans for political change and it represent the conflict in the middle of two encounters.
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