“Mika Rottenberg,” curated by Jose Carlos Diaz, is the artist’s first solo exhibition in South Florida. The exhibition centered on NoNoseKnows, which debuted at the 2015 Venice Biennale. A video and installation piece, NoNoseKnows depicts a surrealist, comic-macabre view of a Chinese pearl factory. Visitors walk through a “pearl factory” to a small theater, where a 21-minute film shows women seeding oysters with allergens and contaminants, a process that Rottenberg has described as “sick but also beautiful and amazing.” Simultaneously, a white-collar manager is shown above the factory, herself seemingly enslaved to the banality of her work as she prepares to succumb to her own allergens and sneeze out the food that provides nourishment to the workers below. This co-dependent relationship explores themes of labor, luxury, inequality, and commerce.