Every Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat., and Sun. from June 30-July 31
How much provocative art — static and durational; two-, three- and, perhaps, four-dimensional — can one curator stuff in and around his house in south Minneapolis? The answer is a lot. For the next iteration of Pete Driessen's TuckUnder Projects, Lynn Wadsworth's ceramic sculptures occupy the white-box gallery (a former garage) while outside along the alley there will be new works by Marisha Erickson/West. Throughout the yard, a variety of performances will take place. There will be site-specific sculpture, an outsourced projection project, and other doings in the Raspberry Patch. Finally, in the Leaky Sink Gallery (the downstairs bath), see Andy Delaney and Laura Flynn's aesthetic transmutations. There will be an opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 30.