In her solo exhibition titled “Sing A Funeral Song,” Jessica Caponigro continues her exploration of the concept of restriction, fluidly translating between her material- and poetry-based practices. A diamond grid handpainted upon the gallery’s storefront window greets visitors, resembling wallpaper but functioning more like a fence as light streams through it and casts a slowly shifting pattern on the gallery walls. As daylight moves across the floor and onto the painting on the adjacent wall, the pattern marks the passage of time and creates an evolving experience. This same work also includes a collection of crafted and found objects, including a row of identical bud vases each with a snapdragon cutting resting in ink. As these slowly fading flowers soak up the dark liquid they wither away, a phenomenon made quicker by placing them in the direct light of a southern facing window.