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Born to Ride the Edge of Nothing

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Aaron Coleman and Alejandro Macias
"Born to Ride the Edge of Nothing" brings together former University of Arizona colleagues Aaron Coleman and Alejandro Macias. Both artists present new multidisciplinary works reflecting on political and social issues in line with their individual experiences and a broader national conversation. Coleman's work addresses how mundane and seemingly anodyne artifacts embody the complex and pervasive history of race/racism and class/classicism in the United States. Macias's practice reflects on border concerns, contemporary socio-political trepidations, and the ever-shifting American political landscape. The exhibition fuses the their work in a singular dialogue touching on matters of race, multiculturalism, multinationalism, and faith.

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