A group exhibition in San Francisco exposes lapses, performances, and vital acts of care.
Shoccara Marcus’s photographs highlight the complex nuances of relationships.
An artist contemplates life, death, and the afterlife through unexpectedly cheerful symbols.
A surreal birthing video situates viewers in an uncomfortable, yet fruitful space.
A wholly artificial environment satirizes our superficial world.
Clayton uses typewriter keys to illustrate the minutiae of life in the pandemic.
Chaotic scenes paint a cheeky and surreal image of capitalist futures.
Lawrence’s research into this nation’s early years point the way to reckoning with past and present social crises.
Sending dreams through the mail connects strangers with their unconscious and each other.
A group exhibition embraces serendipity in everyday life.