The booth’s main focus, however, is its fabric works. Towns’s contributions, all executed in 2020, draw on Black spirituals for inspiration, rendering narrative scenes of subjects placed along multi-textured coastlines and against vast star-studded skies. Brewer’s textile work shares a similar penchant for textural juxtaposition, combining a wide array of materials including Peruvian woven fabric, domestic taffeta, shibori, rayon, batiked medallions, sequins, and more. The resulting works are gestural, collage-like objects, layering abstract forms over figurative elements and piecing together fabrics from around the world in an almost ecstatic fashion. Collectors seem to be excited about the works, too: As of this writing, three out of the five works by Brewer on offer have sold.