The collages in this body of work visually complicate what it means to look at a supposedly living- being on a screen. By appropriating internet imagery (both real and fabricated), this work pulls its source material from its subject, and critiques the online treatment of female-identifying people. Savannah Calhoun and Lisa Simms are recent M.F.A. graduates from the School of Visual Studies at the University of Missouri. Admission to the Sheldon Art Galleries is free.