Jean Conner, working in collage for over fifty years, has been composing her own hyper-real photographic world from images dispersed by the large format color magazines of the post-war boom. Extracting from exotic color travelogues and the slick advertising of the burgeoning beauty industry, Conner plays with the chaos of a newfound voyeurism experienced from the comfort of the new American Home. Bringing together fragments from different narratives, she redirects their meaning with charm and wit. Deftly staging absurd dioramas mirrored from Look, Life and Time, Conner reveals the folly of new suburban ideals and the fantastic aspirations of an upwardly mobile America. Her paper collages in the exhibition date from a black-and-white photo from 1959 to recent compositions.