Whitney Sparks likes to imagine herself an illustrative Scheherazade, composing perpetual fractured fairy tales in mixed media assemblage. In her work, mass culture transforms into a kind of visual compost. Responding to various events and places, working with found things and chance, Sparks makes observations through collecting print images, cutting periodicals, drawing, writing, and recording. She edits her findings to reveal another reality. Where imaginary lands grow, root, and weather, tangled beasts engage in unknown rituals. Choreographing perspectives on the female body, natural phenomena, and elements of spiritual iconography, Sparks reorganizes information over a range of media, from paper to wood to web. Her collages weave together myriad coincidences of society and texture, beguiling viewers to learn a quixotic cartography of the human condition.