MINT hosts a group exhibition in which the participating artists tackle the notion of mobility and the politics of movement, exploring what it means to be mobile and what impedes mobility.

MINT hosts a group exhibition in which the participating artists tackle the notion of mobility and the politics of movement, exploring what it means to be mobile and what impedes mobility.

Exhibition coordinator and contributing artist Jacob Mason-Macklin said the collection is centered on the experiences of the five artists and "how we navigate the often overlooked, obscured or concealed structures within America that limit our mobility."

The show features work in a variety of mediums by artists Tyler Davis, Rodolfo Diaz, Cameron Granger, Kamron Hazel and Mason-Macklin.