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Five monitors showing the same image of someone walking in snow. Each monitor is captioned differently.

Jay Afrisando: In Which to Trust?

January 12 - March 2, 2024

How does sound “sound” to people of diverse hearings? For In Which to Trust?, a solo installation by Jay Afrisando, five aurally diverse...

Visualizing Abolition

Maria Gaspar: Compositions

September 26, 2023 - March 2, 2024

Iron bars recast as glass with sonic reverberations. Concrete walls made porous by precisely cut holes. A building disappearing into clouds,...

Still from the film Piccadilly showing a close-up of an actress in costume.

Ornament and Abolition Screening

May 14 - May 26, 2024

This film series takes controversial Viennese architect and cultural theorist Adolf Loos’s 1908 lecture/essay “Ornament and Crime” as a departure...

A woman in military fatigues and bare feet sits on a bench and faces the camera.

Screening series

Violent Exports

March 7 - April 16, 2023

From military incursions to coercive trade agreements, violence is one of the most pervasive exports of the modern era. Borders and checkpoints,...

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