"My Body, My Truth" focuses on issues of body autonomy, from the fight to preserve reproductive rights to issues of gender identity. Control over another’s body in American culture is perhaps the most pernicious and vivid vestige of colonial control. America was
founded on the violent removal of indigenous people, Black slavery, and explicit control over women and the poor. Also showing is June T Sanders' "Recent," an exhibition of portraits that challenge assumptions of scale and intimacy. Focusing on a poetics of expression, June looks for the limits of visibility, collaborating with subjects to create images that feel simultaneously vulnerable and guarded. Sept. 19-Nov. 21; open by appt. Opening reception Oct. 10 from 5-7 pm.