Opening Saturday, July 16th, from 5PM - 8PM
On view through Saturday, August 20th
Rebecca Gray Smith: The Alphabet (Numbers)
These works explore the presence of death in all human endeavors, using traditional signifiers of mortality such as the skeleton as a primary actor and subject. Each plate corresponds to a specific fatal activity or malady, highlighting the act of existence as a high-risk activity fraught with peril.
In the Project Room: Robin Dluzen: Ameraucana
A full-scale replica of one of the henhouses on her parents’ property in Michigan. Covered in charcoal drawings, made of impermanent materials, and divorced from its productive use, this work speaks to the artist’s remove from an aspect of the culture in which she was raised.