“Here/Hear,” a solo exhibit by Quinn A. Hunter, focuses on erasure of Black history in both the South and the North. Hunter’s exhibit contains work from two recent series. In “I See You Now, I Hear You Then,” she presents chandeliers and rugs she weaved by hand out of hair, referencing antebellum plantations that ignore their slave-owning past. In “Paradise: The Myth of a Liberal North,” she examines the destruction of two Black neighborhoods in Detroit that were destroyed to build a highway. Hunter will give an Artist's Talk at 3 p.m. June 18 as part of Auburn's Juneteenth celebration.