When: Sat., Oct. 10, 7-10 p.m. 2015
Viewed from far enough away, everything in the human experience is minute and fleeting. This is true for feelings and materials, for people and their ideas/hang-ups, and — as in the case of Megan Solis’ new solo exhibition “Xanax Keeps Me Strong” — it’s true for art exhibits. In this one-night-only show presented by The Lullwood Group, Solis uses collage, drawing and performance to plumb the often excruciating distance between comfort and discomfort. In her colorful and disorienting renderings, burdensome anxiety and smirking ease are playfully considered as permanently conjoined elements of our lives.