In 'Afterdark', Agata Derda focuses on the exploration of interpersonal dynamics. In her prints, Derda substitutes human forms with modified vegetation or manmade objects that are staged in ambiguous, foreboding landscapes.
'Room for Absence' features small and large scale woodcut, letterpress text, and installation work. Nix Burox uses autobiography and self-analysis to examine issues of mental illness, gender, and being an artist struggling to find coherence.
Joy Wong's 'Skimming, skirmishing' explores the fight between interior and exterior worlds by meditating on the dirt that lives with us, on the in-betweenness of skin, boundaries, and thresholds.