September 20 – December 6, 2019

metal structure with mic stands and wires in gallery space

Los Angeles-based artist Nikita Gale makes work that visually articulates the mechanics of sound and points to the intertwined histories of politics and “the crowd.”

Kenneth Tam: Details

September 20 – December 6, 2019

men in white tuxedos dancing and sitting in office space

Through video and sculpture, New York-based artist Kenneth Tam questions conceptions of masculinity, gendered forms of identity formation, and male intimacy.

Maria Antelman: Mechanisms of Affection

September 20 – December 6, 2019

computer screen with repeated image of eyes

Merging the digital and analog through photomontage, sound installation, sculpture, and animation, New York-based artist Maria Antelman probes the intersections between the body, photography, computers, and cyberspace.

Saakred: Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo

September 20 – October 18, 2019

close-up image of person about to cut off braids

Saakred’s work is raw, interdisciplinary, and deeply personal. Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo moves across genres to document and reveal a lexicon for learning to live as a trans Latino.


Show of Gratitude

October 11–25, 2019

graphic of black and white American flag with eight faces arranged over stars in a smiley face

The seven students in this exhibition play with ways in which we express thanks, but also invoke other traditional and more devious maneuvers as well: they pay homage, they reenact, and they appropriate.

Material Vice

November 1 – December 6, 2019

egg, banana, flour arranged into art piece

Through explorations in sculpture, photography, and video, artists Mia Carrera, Lindsay Davis, and Rowan Summers examine the tension between preservation and decay.