I have two new works in No End In Sight at Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento, CA. This group exhibition includes works by five ceramic artists: Debra Broz, Cathy Lu, Paolo Mentasti, Cristina Tufiño, and Jordan Wong. In his curatorial statement, Daniel Alejandro Trejo says: "Clay production is perpetually moving from a finite craft towards a pluralistic field with increasing popularity in the context of contemporary visual culture. This expansion of the material allows for an abundance of possibilities for visual artists that are conceptually driven. With the erosion of material hierarchies established by institutional entities, the artists presented in this exhibition cultivate a broad aesthetic. This is ongoing discourse, and a method of agitating purist ideologies of clay and how they fit into the canon of contemporary ceramics. The limitations of building methods used in utilitarian objects, and the desire to navigate sculpture through a ceramic lens is tempting. “No End in Sight,” is a cross-disciplinary inquiry into contemporary clay, and its relationship with developing works that reconcile intertwined individual biographies, memories and environmental impact." The exhibit is open from March 12 - May 8, 2022. More information here. Below is "Predator & Prey" one of the works I created for the show.