Jocelyn Reynolds Continuum

Apr 11–May 27
Gallery 44 ⁠ accessible_forward

Originating during Jocelyn Reynolds’ term as Artist-in-Residence at Gallery 44, Continuum demonstrates the artist’s enduring curiosity toward memory and the perception of time. Explorations into reinterpreting temporality emphasize the intractable reality of change, without which time would be imperceptible. Drawing from Reynolds’ personal experience of transitioning into motherhood as a genderfluid person, the works exhibited mirror the cycles of creation, destruction, and (re)birth — embracing time as an illusory, flexible, fractal phenomenon, manifestly queer in itself.