Michelle Vaughan presents a show with portraits of “notable conservative women,” as well as a bookcase of their works. The art brings attention to these women who have dedicated themselves to established careers, yet have also dedicated much time to challenging whether women should do as they have. In one portion of the room, there are small flash cards with information and quotes from these women: “It would be a much better country if women did not vote. That is simply a fact.” The show mixes modern women with more historical figures, and upon first glance, it is not a satiric piece. Yet, Vaughan puts together a show that, when explored, might confuse the reader in many ways.