Though the abstracted, fleshy works suggest the vocabulary of Photoshop filters—Liquify, Blur, Spherize, Skew, Warp—they are actually entirely handmade through a painstaking process. For the main works on display, Leonard spent weeks working underneath a glass pane, physically pushing water around with an eyedropper and using repellant to manipulate his photographs. The altered images were then printed on vinyl, which he coated with resin to mimic the extruded surface of water droplets. The show also includes a series of large-scale portraits overlaid and scored with an isometric matrix that can be folded up, as well as a series of humanoid GIFs. All of these sculptural, photographic objects are further skewed by individual perception, suggesting the extreme malleability of the human form in the context of our digital era.