SITUATIONS will exhibit new artworks by Abdolreza Aminlari, Delia Gonzalez, Mariah Dekkenga, and Alika Cooper. AMINLARI (b. Tehran, lives Brooklyn, NY) meticulously sews thread into paper as a way of drawing geometric shapes. Within this structure, his use of spatial patterning alludes to architecture and landscape. Four new works will be on display. GONZALEZ (b. Miami, FL, lives Athens, GR) works in drawing, painting, film, dance, and performance. Electronic music, the dance floor, and the boundary between the personal and the universal, all influence the work. She will exhibit a neon spelling out "The Last Days of Pompeii" that was recently shown at MIT List Art Center. DEKKENGA (b. Marathon, WI, lives between Doha, Qatar and Randolph, VT) is known for colorful geometric abstraction augmented by an experimental practice. Dekkenga has developed a personalized method of arriving at her configurations via computer software. She will exhibit a new series of paintings. COOPER (b. Guam, USA, lives in Los Angeles, CA) is known for her series of Wet Suits, a unique series of swimsuits cast in bronze. Cooper’s Wet Suits reveal an intriguing and sultry rigor as she explores the male vs. female gaze. Using a choreographed action that mimics disrobing, the material gesture left behind emits a sense of power in its permanence.