|Deborah Aschheim invites participants to recall buildings from memory while drawing them like a police sketch artist. Drawings, excerpts from the participants’ interviews, and video recordings are exhibited along with a live performance of the drawing interviews.
|Lynne Berman takes her Complaint Center boxes wherever she travels and solicits written complaints in plazas, train stations, malls, marketplaces etc…that she later transcribes into drawings.
|Phyllis Green’s sculptures derive from a line in the Upanishards, “walking with wood on the head,” to approach a guru (teacher) on the first stage towards enlightenment. She crafts devices to assist in the walk that are both objects of contemplation and props for performing.
|Delta Lamenta (Lynne Berman and Eve Luckring) performs in public places using writing, drawing, and installation to respond directly to audience complaints. Participants unburden themselves and then participate in a transformational exchange that spans wonder, surprise, and delight.
|Rachelle Rojany’s stack of rectangular slabs relies on the gallery worker to move pieces to the wall each time a visitor enters the space, the act behaving as a ticker-marker.
|Julie Shafer’s photographs are portraits of landscapes formed over several days of submerging light sensitive paper in the bayous impacted by oil mining, contamination creating the image. Her short stories feature the psychological aspects of encounters that occur in the places she visits.
|Alise Spinella's paintings are created in a meditative process using her body as an instrument to record sound through gesture. Her performance, in collaboration with sound artist Geneva Skeen, is a duet of live drawing and improvised sonic experience.
|Liz Young’s installation, employing excerpts from literary sources that reference landscape and the human condition, uses sculptures as props for a multimedia performance evoking nature’s beauty and accompanying decay and loss.