The works of Tai Hwa Goh present sceneries of the imagination regarding bodily experiences. Using hand-waxed paper, Goh explores layers of self-hood and markings of memories that mimic both the vulnerability of the body and the strength of the self. Elizabeth Burger uses algae, seedpods, roots, reeds, thorn bushes and other natural materials to create a series of animal-plant hybrids that at once familiar and foreign. Burger’s forms reflect the artist’s consuming interest in how human relate to the natural world. In Novie Trump’s work, the egg figures prominently as a symbol of hope and possibility amidst death and destruction: a nest of charred bones cradles a luminous ivory egg surrounded by a ring of pillars that evoke ancient temples.