[Dis]orient explores real and imaginary spaces of isolation and introspection through experimental poetry and performance.


[Dis]connect interrogates the struggle for connection despite the ubiquity of instant communication, underscoring the role these technologies play in redefining our relationships to others and to ourselves.


[Dis]place questions the reciprocal relationship between the self and its surroundings in an attempt to expand fixed notions of subject, host, and home.


[Dis]location location investigates and extends specific sites in Chicago and beyond to foreground our shared connections to public spaces in both the built and natural environments.


[Dis]possess highlights the contradictory forces of capital and progressive politics within the artworld, simulating a coworking space in downtown Chicago that sells twenty-first century indulgences for the price of a cup of coffee.