Per Wikipedia, CTRL+SHFT was an artist collective, exhibition space, and shared artist studio based in West Oakland, California. Founded in 2015, the rotating members identify as women, women of color, queer, genderqueer, and/or non-binary, and their work includes essays, visual art, exhibition curation, community organization, lectures, public programming, and social practice.
A selection of select Press is available here, and a list of past Events here.
I was a founding member from 2015-2018, and have begun to collect an incomplete archive below of some of the projects I worked on:
Now or never. You need me. You will need me…, Group Exhibition, March 19—April 2, 2016
Third Party, Group Exhibition, November 6—December 3, 2016
Correspondencia (Correspondence), Group Exhibition, June 8—June 25, 2016
Echo after Echo: MFA Film Students in conversation with the Canyon Cinema Collection, 2017
our selves, Group Exhibition, October 5—November 4, 2017
Documents of the Future: Invitation to Edit, Event w/ Interval & Channels Festival, September 9, 2017
Informal documentation, including Workshop/Performance by Caroline Sinders
Soft Serve, Inaugural exhibition and opening party, January 29, 2016
In 2015, the original members built out an empty warehouse into 12 studios and a gallery using donated materials