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Rebecca Krinke often creates work that invites participation and engenders community. And even though we're not allowed onto Incident (after Insomnia), a fantastic fairytale work that's festooned with straw and black bird feathers and was inspired by a black four-poster bed in a period room at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, we can imagine going feral inside such a piece. Right? The manger-like work exudes questions of domesticity, dreams and nightmares, fantasy and reality from its invisible figure hunkered down beneath the black cloth. Meanwhile, Duane Ditty's painting Incident and other abstractions occupy the rest of the gallery space with layered swatches of paint that anxiously cross, blot out, and highlight each other. There will be an opening reception from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 12. Also, at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 24, there will be an event led by lit organization Hazel & Wren in response to the show, where participants will come together to create a poem/text collaboration.