Curated by Roxana Fabius, Mage presented projects that take a poetic stance on the opacity of technologies to playfully manage the seeming magic spells they cast around us. The works on view focused viewers’ attention on how technologies create a mysticism around their functions that is akin to magic, while projecting toward the past, present, and future interpretations of the tools of the mage. Participating artists: Aaron Cohen, Dana Levy, Enrique Ramírez, Erica Stoller. Levy produced an archeological site in which layers of time are confounded and fossils are brought to life to reveal the relationship between mining interventions and the long-lasting results on the land. The exhibition was accompanied by piece of performative writing and publishing by Christopher Hamamoto and Federico Pérez Villoro.