Collage of black and white photos, displayed inside a street-level room with floor-to-ceiling windows, next to a parking garage. In the background on the left, a large white hand is set against a black background, which covered in random lines. A negative photo of a hand is superimposed on top. On the right, portions of black-and-white photos are cut into the shapes of hands and arranged abstractly.

Dionne Lee: touch and go

“touch and go” is an installation curated by Leila Weefur of large scale mixed media collages and video works that source, reenact, and re-photograph images from wilderness survival books, exploring the relationship between rescue, danger, and the necessity of touch.