Brodsky Gallery Fall 2020

Gazing is something done from a distance. Through a window. Through screens. Through walls we build ourselves. To be gazed upon is to be similarly viewed as distant—far away, unattainable. What has your gaze fallen upon during quarantine? Whose gaze falls on you or passes over you in this moment?

This fall, Equilibria Magazine—in partnership with the Brodsky Gallery at the Kelly Writers House—gazes upon the concept of gazing, and what it means to be inside or outside of gaze in these times.

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