An image of a flyer advertising the exhibition. It reads "OPPOSING GESTURES"

September 23 –
December 10, 2014

Opposing Gestures was a dual site exhibition that portrayed Alshaibi and Farbrook’s shared view that politics are a macrocosm of individual motion and that the expression of one person can be symbolic of society.

While political components ebb and flow throughout the theme of the exhibition, it also tackled broader subjects and existential questions, all depicted through individual human expression, and often integrating the viewer into the experience.