Shapeshifting is an adaptation. It is the work that we do to be able to move between spaces, classes and geographies. But what does that work—the constant reworking—do to our bodies or our minds? Shannon Lewis’ practice examines performance and the objects that we collect along the way. The figures attempt to place themselves in interiors, but they slide in and out, never sitting just right. These evasive movements are about mobility, intersecting with sexuality, gender, race, immigration, class and social climbing. “Everything and Nothing Is For You” is a subtle subversion of the classical portrait. We meet the sitter right at he moment when she slides right out the conventional pose.