A glass door, on which are written the words "The Familiar Edge of the Unknown, Elizabeth Arzani, Tanner Lind," opens into a gallery space with tall ceilings and light wood floors. Beyond the door, various pieces hang on a white wall; and in the middle of the room, shelves hang against soft pastel shapes.

The Familiar Edge of the Unknown

Both artists center concepts of transformative states of responsiveness in their individual and collaborative works. Arzani troubles fragmentation while Lind attends to ideas of tracendension.

Shot over the shoulders of two individuals holding paint brushes above Japanese characters on paper. Below and atop the image, text reads: "CENTER FOR ART RESEARCH EXHIBITION GARRICK IMATANI: MONOLOGUE."

Garrick Imatani: Monologues

Imatani seeks to diffuse the notion of an intangible “essence” of a culture—inviting instead a de-centralized, intricate and multifaceted reading of cultural properties beyond one’s own.