There’s a wild group exhibit running through Thursday at the Center for Reconciliation, located inside the Episcopal Cathedral of Saint John. Showcasing work by artists from areas colonized under the former Spanish and Portuguese Empires, it deals largely with the history, trauma, and potential for people experiencing the impact of colonial legacies. It’s also a lot less dry than that sounds. Standouts include a video piece by Camila Arbolé Solá, who takes over a creepy back room for a haunting piece shot on an iPhone, and Brenda de Santiago’s “camouflage” jacket with sewn-in passport and guide to code switching. Other pieces are lighter, like the sailing ship piñata and the video of artist Atsara Pondotes singing into a pickle microphone.
pictured: Jeanne Jalandoni, Carabao