David Opdyke appears to understand why they say the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
Chico MacMurtie’s border-crossing robot serves a poetic and political function.
In Ann Arbor, Michigan, a bright and at times bizarre show highlights the work of Heidi Barlow, Shaina Kasztelan, and Bailey Scieszka.
Patterson, a native Jamaican, raises a litany of questions around the unidentified dead in the 2010 Tivoli Incursion in Kingston.
In Possession, Jaye Schlesinger displays the small-scale oil paintings she made for each of the 380 objects she decided to keep.
From a patchwork of shantytowns to retail spaces, Tracey Snelling’s miniature worlds describe the disorder of life and offer a compelling argument that the way we inhabit space is subjective.