Nov 1-Jan 31 The Diary of Destroying a Map: Ran Zhou. Hold your gaze on your own time, firmly. If you see the time, what do you actually see? Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben writes that “The contemporary is he who firmly holds his gaze on his own time so as to perceive not its light but rather its darkness. All eras, for those who experience contemporariness, are obscure.” Ran Zhou’s exhibition The Diary of Destroying a Map pries into her attempt to see this obscurity of the present through the gap between two incomplete cultures, histories and self-resistance.