2 & a Possible, 2019

GeoVanna Gonzalez, Naima Green, & Najja Moon

Plywood and acrylic paint 

36 x 36 x 28 inches

GeoVanna Gonzalez
Najja Moon

Simply Good

Partnership with:
Supplement Projects + ARTS.BLACK present

The table is a microcosm of infrastructure. A long table implies hierarchy. There’s a head of the table, an illustration of patriarchy. Service starts and ends at a place. For artists, GeoVanna Gonzalez and Najja Moon, designing a group of objects that reject this place setting means every decision is imagined as an equal opportunity access point. Motivated by Naima Green’s Pur·suit deck which features photographs of queer womxn, trans, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming people, Gonzalez and Moon approach this project considering the complexity of function as they challenge how an object can be absolved of expectations attached to gender.