noun, plural e·qui·lib·ri·ums, e·qui·lib·ri·a [ee-kwuh-lib-ree-uh, ek-wuh-]
The states of balance between opposing forces or actions that are either static
(as in a body acted on by forces whose resultant is zero)
or dynamic (as in a reversible chemical reaction when the rates of reaction in both directions are equal).
FOR THE PHYSICAL SHOW ARE UNDERWAY
SNEAK A PEEK AT NWSA'S 2020
The exhibition presents a highly diverse collection of artwork—
from media installations to painting, from sculpture to animation, addressing themes ranging from the immigrant experience to pictorial abstraction, from the female gaze to the ways that technology can reveal a hidden story. Over their four years of study, each of the artists in the exhibition has found their unique balance in their practice as an artist. In EQUILIBRIA (the plural), these individual states of balance come together to create a symbiotic conversation.
–John Slepian, Dean of Visual Arts