EXPOSE: Angela Driscoll, Taney Roniger, Ying Zhu, presented at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, August 6, 2011 - January 29, 2012, is the first in a series of exhibitions in the Contemporary Arts Center’s (CAC) display windows facing St. Joseph Street. Co-curated with Libby Vieira da Cunha, Christina Heppard, and Emily Wilkerson and overseen by the Director of Visual Arts, Amy Mackie this project is the result of numerous conversations about the possibilities and limitations of curatorial practice. For the inaugural EXPOSE project, Angela Driscoll, Taney Roniger, and Ying Zhu were asked to address the ways in which communication and data are transferred and processed through varying techniques of repetition and pattern, paralleling those inherent in the natural world. The positing of each installation in a public space allows for multiple viewing experiences throughout the day and night by passersby as well as visitors to the CAC. By employing this unique exhibition space—considering its location, function, and potential for artistic experimentation—this initiative cultivates relationships locally, nationally, and internationally among contemporary artists, the public, and the CAC.