Image: Installation view of the final gallery room of Heft. An atmospheric, dimly lit gallery with gray oak wood floors has one white wall to the left hand side, and two exposed red brick walls at the far and right wall. Knowles’ piece The Solemn and Dignified Burial Befitting My Beloved for All Seasons, 2021, hangs spotlit at the far wall. A broken, black stain runs down the wall, a foot to the right of the painting. On the right, we see Raina’s Revolt; Internal Brewing Slow Rage, 2021, and in between the two, a series of Baird’s KNELL bells hang down from the ceiling at undulating, steeper heights. To the left is an iron and steel ball held by a claw and chain titled, Anchor, by Baird. Image courtesy the artist and PATRON Gallery, Chicago. Photography by Evan Jenkins.