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When: May 12-June 12 2014
The solo exhibition of Mason’s work about the border and the role of visual imaging technologies in policing and revealing conflicts over human lives and natural resources. It’s not the only subject Mason makes work about. Other recent projects have driven the artist to skydive with a low-tech, pinhole camera strapped to her head, and to grow psychotropic mushrooms planted in paperback copies of banned books. Fusing her background in performance and sculpture, Mason’s work almost always explores an intriguing boundary or some experiential limit that she finds tempting to cross. —Megan Voeller


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