The title of the exhibition comes from a short story by Gene Wolfe and features new work ranging from drawings to sculpture and a video installation. One of the sculptures, Du Bois Machine, is of wood and ten feet high. The video installation is a collection of images taken from bargain bin VHS tapes.
Like the story it takes its name from there is no plot here. There are just disconnected episodes that require you, the audience, to decode them.
For more information head to www.renaissancesociety.org. The Rennaissance Society is at the University of Chicago.