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Current Exhibitions

I Was Born With a Silver Spoon in Your Mouth by Candice Davis

Opening Reception Saturday July 24th, from 6-9PM

Exhibition Runs: July 24 – September 3, 2021

The past lives in our bodies, we are an extension of those that came before us, knitted into our unique DNA. In I Was Born With a Silver Spoon in Your Mouth, Candice Davis visualizes the intersections of labor, enslavement, and inheritance of trauma. Davis focuses mental illness within the context of a communal personhood comprised of one’s ancestors. What does it mean to have formed an identity as a legacy to violence, dehumanization, and forced labor under capitalism? History is a context that informs our current circumstances.

Intervals by Megan Vossler

Opening Reception Saturday July 24th, from 6-9PM

Exhibition Runs: July 24 – September 3, 2021

The title Intervals is derived from all of its various meanings: an intervening time or space; a pause in activity; a space between two things; a gap. Megan Vossler’s work in Intervals bridges the span between pre- and late-pandemic life, and explores this uncertain time through three different subjects: water, the sky, and everyday domestic objects.

 

For several years, Vossler has been investigating water as both a literal and metaphorical force: specifically, the swells and waves of oceans and large lakes. Invisible forces surround you in these massive bodies of water—from methodical tidal contractions to the most unpredictable, deadly undertow.

Ongoing Programming

Virtual Connections: Together From a Distance by Everyone

UPCOMING Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions & Shows