, Erin Zerbe’s solo show, takes on a different sort of voluptuousness: that of the human body. Zerbe is “an artist, an activist, and a fat woman in a thin centric society,” according to exhibition materials. Four large close-up photographs depict portions of a large naked woman; the impressions of a too-tight girdle remain imprinted on her flesh. A related video projected on a wall shows a woman, presumably Zerbe, dressing herself in endless layers of constricting body-slimmers, bodices, and corsets, her labored breathing forming the soundtrack. The video is difficult to watch, particularly perhaps as a woman, because one feels such empathy. Once fully encased, the woman disrobes, loosening strings, unhooking, expanding, until she is naked. Her relief, and one’s own, is palpable.