This exhibition takes it title from that of one of the artworks included, Jack Pierson’s Goin’ Home. The language of Pierson’s title is vernacular, folksy, reassuring; the work itself is an assemblage of shiny brown metal shards, bit of found signage, very familiar elements within the artist’s oeuvre but here abstract, without semantic sense—language dismembered. One goes home to a place severed from familiarity, one that is uncanny and psychically homeless. Displacement within the ordinary is itself paradoxically a normative aesthetic experience, yet one which remains invaluable. All the artworks here work individually and in concert to sustain this sense of permanent displacement.