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November 26, 2016 - January 7, 2017

Dzegede’s work, on a broad scale, comes from a place of nomadism. She explores the context and conditions specific to a location, which she views through the lens of being simultaneously a visitor and resident, outsider and insider. The works presented in “Fare Well” are artifacts inspired by the two months she spent in Skagaströnd, Iceland during the summer of 2016.  They explore the various meanings and associations that the words fare and farewell conjure:

 

fare

verb

1. to experience good or bad fortune, treatment, etc.; get on

2. to go; turn out; happen

3. to go; travel.

4. to eat and drink

 

fare·well

noun

1. an act of parting or of marking someone's departure;

   · parting good wishes.