The abject has often been used throughout art history to describe the horrors of bodily waste: excrement, mucus, menstrual blood, the wound. As a term, it means to cast out or down, and as a theory, it can be simplified to refer to the other. Within the thick layers of color and texture of Vian Sora’s newest body of work in “Unbounded Domains,” the abject is forced to dwell in the boundaries of her paintings. Click here to read the full article.