The Exhibit consists of numerous short scenes, each focusing on an individual piece of artwork featuring women in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. By dramatizing these paintings, the women once bound to traditional representations in paintings are allowed to "exist" outside of these frames. By taking place in an art gallery, both the characters and the audience members participate in the exhibit. Audience members should be allowed to view the exhibit actively, thereby giving them control of what they see and how they see it; they themselves must not be confined.
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