Dust Beneath Snow

Dust Beneath Snow addresses errors and oddities within one’s perceptions of the world. These perceptions come from a neglectful relationship with the artist’s parents, a transitory relationship to both Korean and Chinese culture, and finding their own identity among states of confusion and stress. They find themselves compelled to attempt to arrange everything into a rigid formula that nests in a system, one that can be understood, if only to themselves. Disability has placed them in repeated attempts to comprehend, causing further distortions. Their artwork addresses these errors, highlighting undefinable dissociative feelings and allowing space to be confused. Displaced objects offer us our own chance to feel disconnected, but simultaneously struggle to find continuity and purpose.

Current Exhibition

March 8th thru April 30th


by appointment


Meghann Sottile

Meghann Sottile will be exhibiting an array of works, from sculpture to artist book. More information about this exhibition will be made available soon. 


Opening reception September 13th 2024 - 5-9pm


This exhibition will contain a history of Chicago asylum history, along side ten visual artists and ten poets responding to notions of incarceration. 


This exhibition is made possible by a grant from the Terra Foundation for American Art and the Hyde Park Art Center's Artists Run Chicago grant. 


Opening Reception Nov. 8th 5-9pm

November and December 2024


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