The name “Memory Foam” serves as a starting point for this exhibition. As a newly formed artist run initiative, Memory Foam began out of a craving for a more meaningful and intimate space for art making, conversation, and story telling. Inundated in an overly stimulated and saturated moment, we are interested in what ideas, works, or stories provide an opportunity to stick and linger. As a material, Memory Foam is recognized for it’s ability to mold to a body, to leave an ephemeral physical imprint of what once touched it before returning completely to it’s original shape and form. The exercise of leaving a mark is an exercise of autonomy, and defining space while also leaving oneself open and vulnerable to change. In this exhibition, we are questioning what it means to leave or be left with an impression.