“Rock-Paper-Scissors,” curated by faculty member Gary Sherman, takes its cue from the ancient hand game of Chinese origin. Sherman explains: “Based on the objects the participants play, the game has three possible outcomes other than a tie. Rock beats Scissors. Paper beats Rock. Scissors beats Paper. Although there appears to be a distinct hierarchy among these three objects, neither is more privileged than the others. The outcome of the game is always contingent on the juxtaposition of the objects; at any show of hands any outcome is equally probable. That’s a great analog for the process of making art. In art, as in the game Rock-Paper-Scissors, no medium is more or less privileged than another. It’s all about what the artist does with the tools at her disposal.