Transformer is thrilled to announce the opening of Sticky Entanglements, an exhibition by Baltimore, MD based artists Beth Yashnyk & Fanni Somogyi, who explore glitch as a point of metamorphosis.

Human and non-human bodies are dissected and fragmented, questioned and observed, and then reassembled in distinct ways into new hybrid forms that push the boundaries of gender and life itself. The narrative that develops between the sculptures, animations, and paintings presented in the exhibition will offer paths to speculative ideas of relationships to one’s self and to others.

See below for programming details!


Beth Yashnyk is an interdisciplinary visual artist living and working in Baltimore City. Originally from New York, she earned a BFA in Printmaking from the State University of New York at New Paltz, and her MFA in Multidisciplinary Fine Art from Maryland Institute College of Art. Inspired by media and pop culture, she uses animation, sculpture, drawing, and painting to create surreal narratives and environments.

Fanni Somogyi is a multi-disciplinary artist and writer living and working in Baltimore, MD. She completed her BFA at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Through biomorphic assemblages, she investigates interspecies connections to understand how she affects non-human beings and the ecosystem. Somogyi has shown work at the Vox Populi (PA), New Collectors Gallery (NY), and Target Gallery (VA) among others.

Exhibition Hours: Weds – Saturday | 12 – 6 PM.

Image Credit: Beth Yashnyk & Fanni Somogyi.

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