A show of photographs by Lyn Corelle taken in South MPLS in fall and winter of 2020 and 2021, the lush images of the primarily-affluent dwellings in Single Family Homes in the Year 3030? stand as ambiguous portraits of “the tenuousness of the present moment,” to borrow a favorite phrase from science-fiction author Gail Madonia. Lyn Corelle is a photographer, flmmaker, and writer living in MPLS whose work has been shown at the Walker Art Center, Sioux City Art Center, and numerous Twin Cities DIY venues and who (bless them!!) started the viral campaign Make the Golf Course a Public Sex Forest! At the Pancake House. On view February 11-18. Free.
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