A square of dark purple is set against a white gallery wall—on it, the stems of flowers wane in warm pinks and buds and petals of creamy white and red pop.


This group exhibition celebrates alternative models and spaces for material exploration in art making from our paper and print residents.

Shattered vinyl records and other debris litter a floor flooded with red light. A mask with a devilish smile sits on top of the pile of broken items.

Demian DinéYazhi’ & Kevin Holden: Shatter

SHATTER/// is an extractive performance: an eclipse of electronic sound, poetry, and acts of destruction amplified into a cathartic shattering of the racist stereotypes that have, for centuries, violated the rights, sacrality, and complexities of Indigenous cultural identity.