HAA Graduate Student, Rosa Jang, Curates Exhibition in the 808 Gallery
The BU Art Galleries present Tago ng Tago (Hidden and Hiding), an exhibition of Filipino-American artist Bhen Alan’s work. “TNT immigrants” is often used to describe Filipinos around the world who are forced to hide due to their “illegal” status. In this exhibition, Alan reclaims the phrase by treating the act of “hiding” as the act of weaving. By incorporating Filipino weaving traditions and personal belongings into his work, Alan both honors and cares for his culture and communities.
The exhibition is located at the 808 Gallery on Commonwealth Ave. and curated by Rosa Jang, graduate student and curatorial assistant at the BU Art Galleries. It will run from November 3rd to December 1st.