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Conversation Pieces: Contemporary Furniture in Dialogue

SFMOMA 151 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA

From a felted chair resembling mushrooms to a rocking chair made from 3-D printed recycled plastic, Conversation Pieces features 45 works of furniture that prioritize meaning and material choice over function and practicality.


yəhaẃ: this was a densely wooded hill

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle, WA

In 2021, yəhaẃ received funding to purchase a site in Seattle for transformative land-based arts programming. The organization’s continuing search for land during the planning of this was a densely wooded hill forms the basis of the installation. The ongoing displacement of Native and Indigenous peoples from their ancestral territories and the institutional preservation of this displacement in museums are its broader context.


Chicano Park

Chicano Park 2001 National Avenue, San Diego

Situated at the heart of Barrio Logan, Chicano Park contains a sizeable collection of outdoor murals, a playground, community gardens, a raised plaza, multi-purpose courts, and picnic areas set within gently sloping lawns.


American Art: The Stories We Carry

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA

A key question at the heart of American Art: The Stories We Carry is, “who determines what American art is, and how?”


Endless Knot: Struggle and Healing in the Buddhist World

BAMPFA 2155 Center Street, Berkeley, CA

Endless Knot: Struggle and Healing in the Buddhist World explores how artists and practitioners across two millennia have understood and utilized one of the core tenets of Buddhism—dependent arising, which posits that cycles of existence (saṃsāra) arise from past actions and that everything in the world can impact everything else.