Artist Graham Wilson's exhibition dam' nashen features large-scale installations that use tropes and signifiers of the persistent violence and political upheaval that characterize daily life in America to explore and reflect upon recent history. Through provocative site-specific work, Wilson draws on events and what has become commonplace gun violence in the US to explore societal suffering and reflect on our current collective mourning process. Wilson has conceived of an exhibition that takes the form of an individual navigating his way through society by confronting the tragedy and embedded hope of our current socio-political climate.