The word "here" is fixed to the bottom left of a photograph, the words "was always spent," something marked out, and then "there" are fixed to the bottom right. The photo itself depicts a piece of clothing hanging on a wooden bar.

here was always spent there

Encompassing ideas of longing and belonging, proximity and domesticity, madness, repulsion, the familial and the familiar, each work is a multi-sensory symptom of a universal desire.

A square, black and white photograph of a boy's face with another square of red centered over it, all atop an aluminum screen painted red, against a red background.

Paul Lee: Tambourine Heart

Characterized by a palpable presence of the hand, the artist’s ongoing formal experimentation and investigation of materiality returns to the same functional objects rendered into reliquary.

An amalgamation of countless smooth, crinkled, and bubbly textures, with luminous and muted shades of black. Two socks float across the center of the work, suspended to the collage with round, white push pins.

Brenna Youngblood: the LIGHT and the DARK

the LIGHT and the DARK takes as its genesis Youngblood’s experience navigating the difficulties of last year and applying her lived experiences – endured as two separate but simultaneous realities – to her practice.

a mixed media work, primarily using turf, first as a tri-panel backdrop for part of the piece, over which what seem to be shadows from tree branches are cast, and secondly as the shadow—in the form of a human's silhouette—of the central object, which seems to be a chair with very tall legs. Behind this, black and white geese walk in a line.

Sung Eun Park: Pleasant Exchanges

The COVID-19 pandemic has urged us to reflect on our mortality. The intensity of this inevitable shadow forces us to accept the prospect of death—an acceptance that impacts the way we lead our lives.