Saturdays. Continues through Oct. 28 2017
Recommended by Emily Pothast
Elizabeth Mputu is a digital artist whose work has, up to this point, taken place exclusively in virtual space. Evolving from the use of selfies as a tactic of survival and anti-erasure, his/her current work involves the creation of tools for self-care and the ease of internet-related stress—for instance, a guided meditation for the release of grief created after a grand jury failed to indict anyone for Sandra Bland's death. For his/her first solo gallery exhibition, Mputu has divided the interior of Interstitial into four "portals of healing" that explore how digital and physical space can be combined to create new possibilities for the cultivation of well-being.