An exhibition that brings together the work of three artists working in diverse media that look to history and its mythic narratives to create new pathways from the past into the future. Over the last three decades, artist Brad Kahlhamer has created a visual language that complexifies traditional and commercialized motifs of Native American visual culture, street art, and expressionist painting. Working across mediums Kahlhamer continues to expand this visual field into an urgent new landscape, one that proposes reimagined iconographies and encourages the rebellion against simplistic representation. Lauren Roche, a self-taught artist, mines photographic and personal histories to conjure paintings of ritual narrative and mystic healing. These paintings elegantly blur the line between pattern, abstraction, and figuration. In this world animals and nude inhabitants pose and perform to convey mystic truths and future-ancient rituals. Using traditional woodcarving techniques and wood harvested near his Northern Minnesota studio, sculptor Aaron Spangler conjures the natural lines and form within the birch and pine blocks to reveal their sensual and lyrical spirit. These sculptures evolve as you walk around them, each angle revealing new shapes that bring forth universal themes of seduction, repulsion, birth and death.