In her first solo exhibition, Jessica Taylor delves headlong into the indistinct space between the intention of ideals represented by authentic goods and the misguided interpretation of their synthetic counterparts. Taylor explores the psychological affects of seemingly traditional luxury materials and artificial domestic items through a physical means. Taking form as intricately composed installations, environments, and objects, her work overwhelms the senses with an uncanny, yet distinctive and indistinguishable nature while preserving experiential accessibility. In Telling Us Stuff We Already Know, mundane goods are uniquely altered and combined to create relationships that call into question cultural, domestic, and personal values. Bordering upon reckless, while all the while maintaining an undeniable sensibility of complete control, Taylors approach is a direct exploration of materials that subversively heightens the viewers awareness of the inextricable relationship between façade and reality.