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Ann Page and Leonard Bravo: Neither Here Nor There

Main Gallery Feb 8–Mar 17, 1991

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Ann Page and Leonard Bravo: Neither Here Nor There
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Ann Page and Leonard Bravo: Neither Here Nor There, 1991
Ann Page and Leonard Bravo: Neither Here Nor There, 1991, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

In this collaborative installation, which focused on their experience of growing up in the United States as individuals of non-Western origin, Page and Bravo explored themes of cultural identity, sexual stereotyping, and behavioral imprinting. Through video, paintings, and photography, they contrasted the affirmation of one’s own persona with the dichotomy between the West’s encoding of behavior and cultural diversity in contemporary society.