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In "Monochromatic Dreams," Yvette Mayorga uses pink as a tool of discomfort to defy gender norms and anxieties of bodies in our current landscape. The works piped with lush thick pastels stand as utopian dreamscapes collaged with personal imagery, technology, toys, and Rococo vases that allude towards a current state of constant surveillance and its excess on display in the media.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 29.

In "Monochromatic Dreams," Yvette Mayorga uses pink as a tool of discomfort to defy gender norms and anxieties of bodies in our current landscape. The works piped with lush thick pastels stand as utopian dreamscapes collaged with personal imagery, technology, toys, and Rococo vases that allude towards a current state of constant surveillance and its excess on display in the media.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 29.

In "Monochromatic Dreams," Yvette Mayorga uses pink as a tool of discomfort to defy gender norms and anxieties of bodies in our current landscape. The works piped with lush thick pastels stand as utopian dreamscapes collaged with personal imagery, technology, toys, and Rococo vases that allude towards a current state of constant surveillance and its excess on display in the media.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 29.

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MASS Gallery
507 Calles St.
Austin, TX
https://massgallery.org/monochromatic-dreams

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