Organized by Jessie Devereaux, this multimedia exhibition transforms the hundred-year-old Comfort Station into a realm of "the obscure, the unnameable and the uncanny." Incorporating atmospheric screenprints by Brad Rohloff and smoke paintings by Kate McQuillen, the show also features taxidermy by Woolly Mammoth and a haunting sound/video installation by Wrekmeister Harmonies projected on the ceiling. Take off your shoes, lie down on the felt-lined floor and surrender to the strange. It's an October sort of thing to do.
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