Maximalism a la femme, y’all, and it’s about goddamn time. One of the traditional characteristics of la woman is to make yourself small, take up less room in the world, fewer resources, demand less, weigh less, and say less. Think that’s not true anymore? Fine, take it up with Fauerso, Fraser, and Shosbee who, whatever the scale of their works, think big. Very big. To check out their dynamite and mysterious collaboration which is about collections of real objects and conversions of the universal abstracts (shouldn’t all collabs be so?), hit Unit B. We hear pony rumors, but a lady can change her mind. Opening reception: 6:30-10 p.m. Fri, May 21, Unit B Gallery, 402 Cedar Street, unitbgallery.com. — Sarah Fisch
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