In this playful, yet incisive exhibition, artists Raphael Arar and Renee Couture use satire to make bold statements about labor, alienation, and "what makes us human." Arar's work revolves around the capitalist imperative—what if we didn't feel the need to monetize, like, everything?—while Couture uses photography to make the emotional toll of motherhood more visible.
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