Drawn to ideas of flight, escape, and poetic blur, Jenson Leonard’s (b. 1990, Detroit, Michigan) work takes form out of the collapsed context of the internet. Workflow, the first institutional solo exhibition of artist Jenson Leonard, centers on a titular film that explores the velocity and momentum of Blackness as it relates to the philosophical concept of acceleration—the notion that the only way out of capitalism is through its intensification. Workflow: Jenson Leonard is organized by Pioneer Works and presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Image: Jenson Leonard, Workflow (image still), 2022. Courtesy of the artist.