Rich with cinematic narratives and looming shadows, Casey McGuire’s works often reference her family history (including her father’s career as a taxidermist and her grandmother’s stint in The Rockettes). Using maps as symbols of continuity, Lindsay Palmer explores progress and movement in an ever-changing world. The accomplished visual artists find mysterious common ground with “Seeing is Believing; Transient Spaces for Home,” a collaborative exhibition billed as “the manifestation of constructed narrative spaces that embody the changing atmosphere of associations with the domestic.” Employing commonplace materials along with furniture, television sets, and other objects, the duo’s installation brings to mind an absurdist theater set as it references the American Dream and questions the concept of home. Free; 6-9pm Thu, Jan 3; UTSA Satellite Space, 115 Blue Star, (210) 212-7146, art.utsa.edu. Check out our full online calendar of upcoming events here: calendar.sacurrent.com.
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