re-mapping: traversing the imperfect language
Sunday, February 02, 2020
By Greensboro Project Space

continuous performance:


1/27 1-3pm

1/28 4-7pm

1/29 4-7pm

1/30 4-7pm 



re -mapping: traversing the imperfect language explores intersections between languages- of the body, of drawing, of mapping.

The self creates the map and the map leads the self .

Moments of listening and explorations of line open space between memory and the present.

I use my body as a unit of measure and as means of orienting in and navigating spaces.

Alexandra Litaker ́s artistic work is grounded in a personal experience of movement and migration and is motivated by a desire to investigate relationships between place, ecology and identity. She is interested in exploring the parameters of women ́s autobiography in relation to drawing and performance within her work. 



She received her BFA in Visual Art from the Iceland University of the Arts (2006). She earned her Masters in Art Education at Iceland University of the Arts with a thesis that intertwined the practice of artistic research with pedagogical study exploring the interrelationship of self and environment. She recently completed her MFA in Studio Art at UNCG. Her work has shown internationally and has received various grants including the Icelandic Artist Award and the UNCG Howard Award for Merit. 


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