All That Also Means To See investigates spatial transformations, blurred places, and other imaginings through a series of drawings, sculptures and a site-responsive work that will be located in Woman Made Gallery’s atrium space. Inspired from landscapes and social spaces, Maria Gaspar creates ambiguous objects, brown blobs and other unnamed forms that dwell in structural limbo or hover in empty space. Gaspar has designed and led many temporary and permanent public arts projects with youth throughout Chicago and in Mexico City. Most recently, she led a temporary public art project on the West Side of Chicago entitled, City As Site with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and in partnership with the Chicago Public Art Group. Her work deals with public space reinventions and interventions using the city’s landscape to produce site-responsive works in collaboration with youth and communities. Gaspar’s investigations in impermanent and transient constructions/situations are brought together in this exhibition.