The group exhibit features new pieces by Samuel Stabler, William Buchina and Kyle Kouri. Stabler provides the "image" part of the exhibit, Buchina the "painting" part and Kouri the "text." The three curated the exhibit with Max Teicher. As you might expect the exhibit has a multi-disciplinary dialogue that deals with the intricacies, the comlexity in viewing and appreciating art.
The exhibit uses the structuralism of Roland Barthes but do not let that scare you away. They will not force you to read S/Z.
Neon painting/cutouts by Stabler, India ink paintings by Buchina and the writings of Kouri blend and uncover the interelation between mediums. Garis & Hahn's exhibits often focus on art that broadens the conversation about art and tries to open the art world to the broader population. I might have a couple of questions on the subject about how basing an exhibit on Barthes reaches out beyond the normal art-world devotees but it would only be a COUPLE.