Truth or Dare: A Reality Show

Highlighting uncertainty and contradiction, Truth or Dare emphasizes the importance of questioning both knowledge and belief by featuring artists that utilize illusion to entice, entertain, and explore the slippery terrain between fact and fiction, presence and absence, reality and imagination.

Chivas Clem: The Tenderness of The Wolves

The Tenderness of The Wolves documents a maligned subgroup of Americans— disenfranchised, heterosexual, white men. Clem’s photography searches beyond the guarding that these men endure and adorns them with an intimate portrayal of their frailties.

Impression

Impression is an archive of photos captured during a self-reflection public installation, in which participants sat in front of a mirror and leaned in for a kiss. Artists Janet Creekmore and Ben Jason Neal collaborated on the project to explore ideas of sexuality, gender, self, cultures, and identity.

Whitney Hubbs: Body Doubles

Body Doubles challenges the male gaze and reclaims ownership of the female body. Hubbs references nudes from art history and popular culture to manipulate how the female form is observed in her photographs.

Emily Momohara: Fruits of Labor

A photo-based installation, Fruits of Labor critically interrogates Momohara’s family’s 100-year immigration journey from plantation laborers in Japan to mainland America.

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