This week, I had the opportunity to visit the Dr. Maxine Merlino Gallery. I explored the exhibit titled “Infraction” put on by two CSULB artists named Dahlia Bañuelos and Daniel Bonilla-Vera. The exhibit centered around the experience two people shared of being rejected from a BFA photography program and the emotions of frustration, rejection, and anger that accompanied that event. The art that was actually featured was a wide variety of photographs sprawled around a room with a unique twist. Instead of the photographs being framed, they were outlined with yarn and the room maintained a neutral color scheme. The feelings experienced by the art students during this ordeal were well-expressed with the solemn color choices and the man-made bodies crouched, face-down on the floor.