curator Laura Amussen highlights the exhibition’s strengths, featuring the photography, video, and sculpture most prominently. Other works, a series of drawings by Jen P. Harris and a single painting by A.B. Miner, add just a whisper to the louder conversation. Sarah Harrington, a senior in her last semester at Goucher, contributes a series of bras and panties embroidered with pick-up lines, puns, and one-liner jokes. Referencing Tracy Emin and the Los Angeles feminist artists of the early 1970s, Harrington’s pieces seem to be studies for a larger, unresolved dialogue. Intimacy is a constantly shifting state. Despite the commonalities between relationships, its minutiae are ephemeral and unique. The show acknowledges that each body of work is a brief pause in an evolving process.