The grotesque body has no beginning or end; it takes up too much space and is ineffaceable from its environment. In Joy Wong's exhibition 'florescence', print cut-outs are pasted over each other on the gallery walls in an expansive collage.
Inspired by depictions of the physical newspaper in popular culture, the print-based sculptures in 'roll! stack! fold! break! (old man yells at cloud)' by Pudy Tong, play up the notions of superficial knowing and tenuous materiality.
'A TROPICAL GLOW BABY PRODUCTION: Remember the sun baby girl' is an expanded installation of Isabel Diana's MFA Thesis. The installation is a space for comfort and an act of reclaiming the body.