Janalyn Kidd's drawings speculate on a future biodiversity which rethinks how humanity is represented in the world. Surreal figures exist in liminal spaces, or the exposed patch of a torn subway poster. Lungs give birth to flora and torsos open and expand into gardens. For Kidd, making art is both an act of resistance to unimaginative cultural categorization and an exploration of symbiosis. Her drawings are our intimate confessor, confronting us with their transcendence and transformation. They are both a corporeal image of perception and a celebration of human nature in all its potential complex and surreal beauty.