Suspended, curated by Laura Bradshaw.
Works by Farrah Al-Dujaili, Karin Roy Andersson, Luz Arias, Laura Bradshaw-Heap, Alice Bo-Wen Chang, Melanie Codarin White, Andrea Coderch, Joana Cunha, Michelle Kraemer, Robert Longyear, Natalia Macia Bove, Margherita de Martino Norante, Rhona McCallum, Laura McGrath, Geraldine Nishi, Jo Pond, Rebecca Skeels, Jessica Turrell, Anna Helena Van De Pol de Deus
Sus·pend (s-spnd) v. sus·pend·ed, sus·pend·ing, sus·pends
1. To bar for a period from a privilege, office, or position, usually as a punishment.
2. To cause to stop for a period; interrupt.
3.a. To hold in abeyance; defer. b. To render temporarily ineffective.
4. To hang so as to allow free movement.
5. To support or keep from falling without apparent attachment, as by buoyancy. v.intr.
1. To cease for a period; delay.
As a phrase:
suspend disbelief: temporarily allow oneself to believe something that is not true, especially in order to enjoy a work of fiction.
1 As found in www.thefreedictionary.com
2 The Oxford English Dictionary