WEDNESDAY PICK | Jennifer Danos fools the eye at Bethel University

Artist Jennifer Danos lives in the Twin Cities, but she's well-traveled—a fact that's relevant to her work, often site-specific installations that inspire meditation on questions of time and space. On February 8, Danos will be at Bethel University's Johnson Gallery talking about her new installation there: Architectonic Obtrustion 3. Playing with elements of trompe-l'oeil seen on the floors of Italian palazzi, the show is sure to be an eye-opener.

Jennifer Danos: "Architectonic Obtrusion 3"

02/08/2012 (All day) - 03/25/2012 (All day)

Show events:

Artist Talk with Jennifer Danos:

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Jay Gabler (@JayGabler) is a digital producer at The Current and Classical MPR. He was arts editor at the Twin Cities Daily Planet from 2007-2013.