Tired of static, two-dimensional canvases that passively engage the audience? Then check out "Dynamic Opposition," a selection of constructive and kinetic art that actually demands viewers take an active role. In fact, much of the work needs a viewer's movement to "make it work." The result is a roomful of dynamic structures that dazzle the senses and leave your head swirling for more. The show runs until November 20.
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