Robynn Smith like Merrill also deals with political issues in her work, but in a very different matter. Working at a smaller scale Smith uses photographic processes to seam together images of war monuments, victims, and items of personal artifacts and devotion. Working with contrasting images, she presents the full scene of our world, sad, horrific, yet beautiful and sublime. She gives a subtle critique of war and politics for those who look to find it.
Melissa Kaup-Augustine presents works for the exhibition that are collaborative is nature. Her books present how a variety of artists interrupt concepts such as spirituality. With a variety of imagery and page layout, Melissa, a master of letterpress, uses the book form to bind together the similarities in these worldviews.