“I: An Intimate Reflection,” aims to digest the tangible and intangible aspects of identity. In showcasing highly individualized works, the exhibition presents a space to
consider subjective differences in intersectional approaches, as well as means for exploring how implicit biases may be challenged or fostered for change. Objects are obscured, enlarged, exaggerated and adapted into gestures of bold authenticity with compelling internal and external realities. By providing expressive, autobiographical and philosophical approaches, the selected artists reveal the vulnerability of producing art in order to reclaim their identity and help others do the same.