Since antiquity, the individual has been defined philosophically, legally, and psychologically as an entity and subjectivity that is distinctively separate from the rest, and indivisible from itself. In contrast, dividual is a term that defines an experience that emerges in society, where the self is divided. In this state, the self is always experienced in relation to others, and part of something communal. Curated by Joshua Simon, this group exhibition considers the term dividual. Featuring the work of seventeen international artists and thinkers, including Chris Kraus and Sylvère Lotringer, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Sable Elyse Smith, historical works by El Lissizky and André Masson, and artists from Israel Ohad Meromi, Ruth Patir, Maayan Strauss, Roee Rosen, and Barak Zemer, the exhibition explores the notion of the dividual through a deployment of contemporary artworks and design pieces, along with historical artifacts and archival documents. The exhibition is completed by a discursive program comprising lectures, talks, performances, and screenings.