This is Kuhn's third solo exhibition with the gallery and the first exhibition of the new series. Coinciding with Women's History Month in March and inspired by the female artists that came before her, Kuhn creates closely framed figure studies of the female form alongside succulent plants depicted in alluring color. The exhibition includes a site-specific installation in collaboration with composer Boris Salchow
Close-up images of nude female torsos (“the place of our origin”) and succulent plants provide dynamic play in form across Kuhn’s solarized photographs. A site-specific installation in the back gallery features the artist’s vellum prints adhered directly to the wall and accompanied by a sound composition by Boris Salchow, featuring the voice of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks.