A table is structurally passive while its surface, simultaneously accommodating the possibility of
an unknown event and revealing traces of its former engagements, is more flirtatious. Through a
variety of approaches, the works in this exhibition act as conduits collapsing this separation,
revealing collisions of multiple states and moments of intersection between movement,
reproduction, decay and the structures erected to capture, symbolize, or contain those processes.
Fluidity and entropy find themselves momentarily arrested, rerouted through new channels while
secreting traces of past action.