Featuring work by Harold Mendez
ONE. considers the social implications of geography through the works of Harold Mendez, Renee Gladman, and Torkwase Dyson. Each artist remarks on the principles that comprise an environment, operating from the premise that a setting is anything but objective and the experience and memories of its inhabitants are varied. Through the transformation of historical objects, text, and spacial planes, the artists challenge linear readings and the limitations of tangibility. What liberatory course can be marked through experimentation with the pliability of space?