Guest curated by Mike Curran
July 23rd, 2022 to August 21st, 2022
Water has a way of seeping in. It pools at the window wells and finds cracks in the foundation. Or it rushes in all at once, when the mechanisms we designed to contain it fail—when the channel becomes overrun or the levees break or the sewage line backs up. Once the floodwater is pumped out, the long labor begins to again make a basement inhabitable: throwing out soaked-through belongings, replacing drywall, scraping away the muck carried in with the water. This exhibition is built of that muck. It’s also built of that long labor, and the hope that this place can again be made livable. Read more here!
Carlos Macías Esparza
Rubén Macías Esparza
Exhibiton booklet, virtual tour and poster designed by Tom Gaasedelen
Images by Jaysen Hohlen