DAVID BORAWSKI, “MURDER FOR A JAR OF RED RUM”
January 21-March 4, 2020
Reception on Wednesday, January 29, 5-7 p.m. in Pegasus Gallery
David Borawski’s multimedia and installation projects conceptually blend pop culture, art history, and radical political references. He manipulates current and historical imagery, text and altered objects to reactivate viewer “(sub)conscious nostalgia.” As historical memory blurs from view, Borawski’s work confronts dissolving past/present dichotomies and recontextualizes idiosyncratic social narratives.
Borawski lives and works in Hartford and received his BFA from the Hartford Art School. He has exhibited regionally and internationally for more than 25 years. He has also independently curated exhibitions throughout Connecticut and, since 2016, he has curated exhibitions at Real Art Ways in Hartford. As an extension of this show, Borawski organized Sydney Morris’ exhibition, “Liquid Sky” at MxCC’s Niche space.