In an era marked by a lack of cohesion, the works in this exhibition, taken together, redefine our notion of what it means to be complete. The whole need not be a harmonic set of parts or an autonomous entity. It can instead cohere around fragmentation, things lost or missing, and the unpredicted. Uncontained and unconfined, this freer conception of the whole can shape new understandings and alternate ways of being.
Photography by Paul Warchol