June 29–August 10, 2021
The Manipura Sanctum
In The Manipura Sanctum, artist Smita Sen nurtures an altar space that reaches toward contemplative, social healing.
May 4–June 15, 2021
Untitled (Incall) interrogates the material overlap between the art and sex industries to address the ambivalent labor identity of cultural producers.
March 2–April 13, 2021
Through: The Fold, The Shatter
Charisse Pearlina Weston
Through: The Fold, The Shatter continues material investigations into the ways in which glass creates encounters of perceived visibility, intimacy.
January 5–February 16, 2021
Ogemdi Ude and Sydney King
Living Relics draws out a shared sense of loss and understanding of death that hasn’t yet been physicalized in the body or manifested in thought.
November 16–December 30, 2020
Petición; for Exorcism
Petición; for Exorcism is an installation that uses scent as a tool for ritual practice, the space will often have smoking incense and ash.
September 14–October 26, 2020
something else (Variations on Americana)
The American flag, when deep-fried, forms an outer skin that appears to be cankerous, bubbling with calcified flour and charred detritus.
January 16–March 21, 2020
Pur·suit is a 54-card poker deck by artist Naima Green that features portraits of queer womxn, trans, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming people.
January 9–February 22, 2020
Microbial Speculation of Our Gut Feelings
Tiffany Jaeyeon Shin
Microbial Speculation of Our Gut Feelings uses the gut’s microbes as a way of looking into immigrant health and resisting processes of colonization.
November 7–December 21, 2019
Duppy reflects Udemezue’s complex longings and projections of nostalgia toward his and his mother’s homeland, Jamaica.
September 3–October 26, 2019
Life of Mohammad
Maryam Monalisa Gharavi
Life of Mohammad constructs a fictional single life from the lives of seven real people named Mohammad.
June 20–August 3, 2019
Slaysian Dynasty is a media installation that will serve as a space of dialogue and performance exploring the intersection of Asian Queer and Trans.
May 30–August 3, 2019
Ash Arder: Disco Gardens
Ash Arder will develop Disco Gardens, a roving micro library and record shop devoted to the study of environmental concepts in Black music.