Curated by Didi Dunphy, “Day for Night” explores the act of looking deeper and finding that things are not what they seem. The exhibition takes its name from a series of cinematic production techniques that create the illusion of a nighttime scene, when in actuality the scene was filmed in daylight. The works of art function in much the same way, shrouded in an illusion created through using unconventional methods and mediums to articulate seemingly incongruent forms. Eve Nettles, Hope Hilton, Zipporah Thompson, Clay Jordan, Donald Cope, Saegan Moran and Eileen Wallace have contributed a range of media from paper sculpture and textiles to photography and prints. “Day for Night” will be on view through Wednesday, Jan. 6.
6:30–8:30 p.m. FREE! indigoathens.com
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