Alterations Obliterations

June 17 - 29, 2017

We are the sum of our body parts, some functions more important than the others, but some more valuable to give life or at the least give meaning to life.


The hand for instance, defines its owner through gestures and touch. How and what we use them for embodies our function as social creatures. We react, interact and communicate through our hands in more powerful ways than with words. It is not the function of the hands that makes them exceptional, but the purpose it serves founded on our directives. These hands are tools. Create. Destroy.
— Bjorn Calleja

Adriana Cruzat
Adriana Cruzat

Human’s Curiosity 20 x 16 in Acrylic and ink on canvas 2017

Adriana Cruzat
Adriana Cruzat

Too Little Time 20 x 16 in Acrylic and ink on canvas 2017

Celine Lee
Celine Lee

Simultaneity: Gunshot 18 x 24 in Oil on Aida Cloth 2017

Celine Lee
Celine Lee

Simultaneity: Time Check 18 x 18 in Oil on Aida Cloth 2017

Celine Lee
Celine Lee

Simultaneity: Playing Piano 18 x 18 in Oil on Aida Cloth 2017

Ayra Sayat
Ayra Sayat

Shards 9 x 12 in Oil on Canvas 2017

Ayra Sayat
Ayra Sayat

Fractions of a Whole 9 x 12 in Oil on Canvas 2017

Ayra Sayat
Ayra Sayat

Core 9 x 12 in Oil on Canvas 2017

Ayra Sayat
Ayra Sayat

Adamantine 24 x 36 in Adamantine 2017

Ayra Sayat
Ayra Sayat

Allegiance 9 x 12 in Oil on Canvas 2017

Gab Baez
Gab Baez

Hand Stitch 24 x 18 in Acrylic on canvas 2017

Gab Baez
Gab Baez

Hand Weave 24 x 18 in Acrylic on canvas 2017

Kim Garcia
Kim Garcia

Hands That Mold 13 x 6.5 in Acrylic Resin 2017

Kim Garcia
Kim Garcia

Major General Despair 13 x 6.5 in Acrylic Resin 2017

Kristine A. Caguiat
Kristine A. Caguiat

Ultramar 3 Acrylic on paper 12.5 x 12.5 x 2 in 2017

Kristine A. Caguiat
Kristine A. Caguiat

Ultramar 1 Acrylic on paper 12.5 x 12.5 x 2 in 2017