Tomorrow night (Friday, 7 pm), Appendix Space is unveiling a solo exhibit from recent Wesleyan graduate Silvie Deutsch. She's been working in the garage-gone-gallery for the last month as part of Appendix's residency program— creating work that reflects on "manufactured objects as possessed of a life cycle that parallels and interacts with the human." Ben Young of the Appendix collective says the exhibit includes "aspects of performance, installation and sculpture." To get a better idea of what will be presented, here's a recent piece from Deutsch, inspired by Italian writer Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities (read the Calvino passage being referenced, right here):

Appendix is located "in the south alley between 26th and 27th Avenues off of NE Alberta Street." If you haven't been out to see a show in the space, tomorrow will be a good opportunity to do so without all the Last Thursday overcrowding. I highly recommend dropping in.