The “Flesh” exhibit by Tracy Sydor. It’s dark and visceral. She has a style of photography that stuns people into silence. Her work is focused on domestic and sexual violence, and works with survivors to depict what they have been through, and how they have healed, in a very “in your face, you can’t look away” kind of way. We’ve mounted her work on floating frames that glow from the back, and the walls are wrapped to look like notepaper where people have begun writing about their own experiences with trauma. We’ve seen people freeze, cry, or wander subdued by each image. It’s powerful, meaningful and pulls in the viewer. My second favorite space in the Museum is the Sex Education exhibit. It’s an entire area of the Museum filled with sexual science and the exploration of sexuality from an academic perspective. I think it goes without saying this would be one of my favorites.