Dish
It began and ends with a feast, and features an art show in the middle. Daniel Duford created 50 handmade pots, each bearing a panel from his graphic novel, which were eaten from at a big party at ripe several months ago. The pots are on view through mid-April, when another big feast will close the show. Philip Feldman Gallery, PNCA, 1241 NW Johnson, 226-4391, through April 15

Moon Babies
Zak Margolis, member of the erstwhile Pacific Switchboard art group, returns with a suite of narratives about a pair of twins, the universe, and a wolf, all told in black ink and paint. Valentine's, 232 SW Ankeny, 248-1600, through March 31

PMU
About every two hours, Roxy Paine's "Painting Manufacture Unit" comes alive—signaled by a flashing red light and the rumbling sounds of its motors—spraying a layer of fresh paint onto a canvas mounted in the center of the structure. At its current rate, Paine's machine will create four paintings by the end of the exhibition, each of which will be displayed in the gallery space once completed. (John Motley) Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park, 226-2811, through May 28, $6-15

The Stranger's Lens
Can nostalgia be invented out of thin air? That's what Portland photographer David Lanthan Reamer set out to explore in his latest body of work. He's created a retro-looking album of vacations, family members, and friends designed to evoke memories of vintage snapshots. They're all contemporary photos, though, expertly aged and convincingly executed. Newspace, 1632 SE 10th, 963-1935, through April 2