Our curatorial projects range from two-week pop-up shows in intimate spaces to several months-long exhibitions in museums. Our working practices are flexible, since we are many, but we always consider health, accessibility, and care above all. Because most of our members live with chronic physical and mental illness, we do our best to follow these guidelines. By curating exhibitions, we seek to reveal hidden and/or marginalized affinity groups, and support them through public exhibition spaces. Using our backgrounds as art historians, we visually connect the past to the present in an effort to prevent the exclusion of non-mainstream artists from public view, and ensure a multiplicity of viewpoints are represented in each of our exhibitions.
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