City Pages Features Low Lying Area

fullsizerender_2 “Rebecca Krinke continues her fascinating, Angela Carter-esque excursions into the realms of fairy tales and surrealism with the next iteration of her bed series. If you saw her black-feathered sleeper previously at Rosalux, or the four-poster one she suspended in the Mill Ruins Courtyard during Northern Spark, then you know how enticing yet terrifying her work can be. This fourth version expands on the psychological qualities of place and encounter with a larger work that creates a liminal space between public and private, sleep and awakening. The exhibition also includes Shana Kaplow’s ink-on-paper paintings, which aim to dissolve traditional notions of materiality. There will be an opening reception Saturday, August 8, from 7 to 10 p.m.”