Participated in the planning and execution of Laure Drogoul’s massive retrospective exhibition titled Follies Predicaments and Other Conundrums: The Works of Laure Drogoul, at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Defined the visual identity and produced cohesive exhibition graphics, web and printed materials as part of the design team. Collaborated with other Exhibition Development teams in timely completion and installation of the exhibition.This exhibition invited visitors to immerse themselves in a paradoxical, absurdist world of darkness, wonder, and beauty. Drogoul’s sculptural follies, roving performances, and interactive works draw upon B-movie imagery, science fiction, psychoanalytic theory, and pop culture—particularly roadside Americana. Along the way she explores and exploits the symbiotic relationships and tensions between humanity and nature, creating works that have a uniquely accessible Baltimore aesthetic.