a space remains


April 28 – May 25

SITE Sharp Gallery



SITE Curated

Contributing Artists

Sayera Anwar, Natia Ser, Kamille Kirschling, David Ese Gago, Margaret Dugger, Ari Karafiol, Chelsea Bighorn, Michelle Ho

Exhibition Statement as Preserved in the SUGS/SITE Archives:

“Home is a rich tapestry of emotions, experiences, and meanings, reflecting the diverse and ever-evolving nature of us. It is not limited to a physical space but expands to the communities, traditions, and beliefs that surround us. This multifaceted concept operates in many conflicting ways throughout our lives; it can represent stability and comfort, yet also transformation and tension. Evoking strong associations and locations with family, ritual, and refuge, home is forever in a state of liminality.

A Space Remains explores the complexities of constantly evolving and shifting homes. The artists grapple with the idea of home through inquiry with their own bodies, their families, their traditions, and their geographies. Whether approaching it with suspicion or with an open embrace, their artworks reflect the ambivalent relations each of them has with home as they take a step towards or away from it.”


May 12, 5:00 PM
Sharp Gallery

Exhibition Material



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SITE Sharp Gallery
37 S. Wabash Ave.
Chicago, IL, 60603

SITE 280 Gallery
280 S. Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL, 60603



Gallery Hours (during exhibitions)

Monday – Friday: 12 pm – 6 pm

Saturdays and Sundays: Closed