MEMORIES OF TOMORROW's SUNRISE / Curated by Jason Jenn & Vojislav Radovanovic with Mika Cho



A sincerely heartfelt and soulful thank you to everyone who came to the opening reception for Memories of Tomorrow's Sunrise. We couldn't be more thrilled about the results of this group show investigating the concepts of legacy, personal relationships, family ancestry, cultural identity, and the historical struggles of being human that have moved us in profound ways. The exhibition is on view through July 15 @ronaldhsilvermanfagallery and open Monday thru Friday from 12pm-5pm. There will be an Artist Talk via Zoom on June 28 and Live, in-person performances on July 6. Closing reception on July 15 from 2pm-5pm. We hope many more people will come share in the stories that unfold from our exhibition.

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Wednesday, June 8, 2022, from 5pm-9pm

Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise at Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery at CAL State LA

Featuring works by: Enrique Castrejon, Serena JV Elston, Anita Getzler, Jason Jenn, Ibuki Kuramochi, Marne Lucas, Trinh Mai, Hande Sever, Vojislav Radovanović, Marval A Rex, Kayla Tange, Nancy Kay Turner, & Jessica Wimbley.


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Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise opens Wednesday June 8, 2022 from 5-9pm @ronaldhsilvermanfagallery


Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise investigates concepts of legacy, personal relationships, family ancestry, cultural identity, and the historical struggles of being human that have moved us in profound ways. A multiform poetic narrative with emotional resonance is woven together based on the assembled artists’ experiences. The exhibition recognizes the role of ancestors, blood families, chosen families, and mentors alongside the traumas, tragedies, and teachings in making us who we are today. The artists create work in part as an effort to survive the challenges of the present moment and with the hope to leave a lasting, purposeful impression behind. Collectively, we are the ancestors of tomorrow’s sunrise and someday we shall all be but a memory.


The exhibition features the artists Enrique Castrejon @quiquegr8 , Serena JV Elston @serenajve , Anita Getzler @anitagetzler , Jason Jenn, Ibuki Kuramochi @ibuki_kuramochi , Marne Lucas @marnelucas , Trinh Mai @trinhmaistudios , Hande Sever @handeforastra , Vojislav Radovanović, Marval A Rex @marvalarex , Kayla Tange @kayla.tange , Nancy Kay Turner @nancykayturner , & Jessica Wimbley @jessica.wimbley .


Curated by Jason Jenn @jasonjennartist and Vojislav Radovanović @vojislav.radovanovic.studio with Mika Cho @mikamcho2018 , Professor, ART/Director, The Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery, Cal State LA.


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Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise

Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery, Cal State LA

June 8, 2022 - July 15, 2022


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Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise investigates concepts of legacy, personal relationships, family ancestry, cultural identity, and the historical struggles of being human that have moved us in profound ways. A multiform poetic narrative with emotional resonance is woven together based on the assembled artists’ experiences. The exhibition recognizes the role of ancestors, blood families, chosen families, and mentors alongside the traumas, tragedies, and teachings in making us who we are today. The artists create work in part as an effort to survive the challenges of the present moment and with the hope to leave a lasting, purposeful impression behind. Collectively, we are the ancestors of tomorrow’s sunrise and someday we shall all be but a memory.

The exhibition as a whole creates an immersive experience, featuring some site-specific installations, sculptures, photography, interactive artworks, performance art, video, and auditory works. Artists serve as archeologists of sorts, discovering and revealing interconnections and sentiments among the cultural sediments. The individual pieces are layered with personal and universal meaning, inviting viewers to engage in the conversation. Loss, pain, tragedy, and uncertainty are purposely and precariously balanced with concepts of transformation, resilience, hope, and declarations of personal power. Despite the overwhelming issues facing the continued coexistence of humanity and nature, the works of Memories of Tomorrow’s Sunrise examine elements of the past to illuminate possibilities for the future.

Curated by Jason Jenn & Vojislav Radovanović with Mika Cho

with Mika Cho, Professor, ART/Director, Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery, Cal State LA

Featuring works by Enrique Castrejon, Serena JV Elston, Anita Getzler, Jason Jenn, Ibuki Kuramochi, Marne Lucas, Trinh Mai, Hande Sever, Vojislav Radovanović, Marval A Rex, Kayla Tange,