I'm very excited to be included in this exhibition, Light in the Dark, at Sears Peyton Gallery in Chelsea. From the press release:
"In a year in which many Americans endured a daily battering of cynical political gestures with toxic repercussions, Sears-Peyton’s exhibition Light in the Dark collects a group of artworks that offer a darkly humorous and guardedly optimistic tonic for our difficult times. Curated by artist Karin Schaefer, the exhibition features small-scaled contributions by twenty artists advocating for the core social, cultural, and environmental commitments the Trump administration daily disavows. (Sad!) Whether referencing social justice movements, sustainable environmental policies, diverse cultural production, or the importance of real news, Light in the Dark represents a community resisting the cynically corrosive powers of our time and seeking avenues for reinvigorating a more constructive approach to the challenges we face. In Sara Jones’ 2017 Washington Monument, the eponymous priapic monument has been excised from a vintage postcard, seemingly broken in half and flipped upside-down, where it hangs below the postcard’s bottom edge, bloodied at its breaks in pathetic impotence."