10 June - 10 July 2022

Wallace Dibble (b. 1999, New York) is a painter whose work occupies the space between object and poetry. She holds a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and her recent exhibitions include Ordinary Instant, Thierry Goldberg, NY(2022); Floaters, Collision Craft, MD (2021); Exhibition2, FR.MoCA, MA(2021); lichen works, how to build yourself a burrow in 20 minutes, Chicago, IL (2020), EXPO Chicago, KIOSK, Curated by Scott Reeder, Chicago IL (2019). In her free time she likes to smell things.



Tom Henry (b. 1984) is an artist from New Zealand, currently residing in Queens, NY. Using a mix of watercolor, pastel, and monoprint, he renders landscapes and streets on the fringes of industrial Brooklyn and Queens. Henry has shown his work in New Zealand, New York, Chicago and Georgia. He often collaborates with musicians such as Blue Jazz TV and Alice Cohen to create art featured on LPs, CDs and tapes.