When: May 29-June 2 2018
Andrew Godsalve and Nathan Wilson's joint thesis exhibition takes over all three gallery rooms, exploring space and time through architectonic sculpture and photomontage. First, Godsalve uses photographs as fossils and landforms as communicative media before Wilson "explores new potentials for productive agency, as technology and information accessibility decentralize the manufacturing process." The gallery’s third room houses a collaborative effort that highlights several minerals used in computing and communication industries (and hi, probably in your phone!), asking viewers to recon with the over-harvesting they’re implicit in.