Alix Lambert is an award-winning and prolific documentarian, director, writer, and fine artist based in New York. Her artwork has been exhibited to international critical acclaim in The Venice Biennale, The Museum of Modern Art, The Georges Pompidou Center, and the Kwangju Biennnale, among many other shows and honors. She was a 2020 Artist in Residence with Sager Braudis Gallery, and when her residency was interrupted by the pandemic, she shifted gears and created the podcast, Perspectives on a Pandemic, as her residency output. The visual work she brings to the May Exhibit relates, in a variety of media and imagery, notions of identity as it relates to crime - unique markers used for ID of both the accused and the victimized. Together with her courtroom drawings, these visuals present a portrait of our criminal justice system and, by extension, a portrait of America - how the system treats its citizens and how we treat each other.