Dana Levy’s solo exhibition, titled “Currents 119: Dana Levy”, presents three new works examining architecture and urbanism in the past, present, and a post-apocalyptic vision of the future. Levy was the recipient of the Henry L. and Nathalie E. Freund Fellowship at the Sam Fox School at Washington University Saint Louis, which brings international artists to teach and exhibit in St. Louis, MO. “Currents 119: Dana Levy” is the culminating exhibition as part of this fellowship, and presents a new two-channel video that was filmed in St. Louis. The artist introduces live reptiles, birds of prey, and exotic flowers, inspired by Hieronymus Bosch paintings, into a neglected part of the city, creating a scene from a fictional future, absent of humans, where nature has taken over. The second channel offers a textual transcription of oral histories from interviews with residents of North St. Louis describing how the city once was. Levy worked closely with city residents, historians, and cultural institutions in St. Louis to develop this project. A public talk was also organized, where Levy was in conversation with the exhibition curator, Hannah Klemm, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Saint Louis Art Museum.