Upon entering the new Gray Center Lab, one might not immediately grasp the concept behind the exhibition on display. Images of tattooed bodies sway in near-stillness, as transparent medical reports hang in ominous silence across a room punctuated by video projections and text blocks. However, though the individual elements might seem disparate at first, the materials presented in Resisterectomy, a collaborative project led by Toronto-based artist Chase Joynt, are anything but haphazard. Rather, they present a complex and highly considered conversation regarding body alteration, as considered through the lens of transsexual reassignment surgeries and cancer surgeries. Read more here.