SPACES Gallery continues to dig into complex issues of the 21st century with In a Most Dangerous Manner, a show that uses publications, found objects, documents, videos, performances and townhall discussions to examine how an “economic crisis” has been used to further divide the rich and poor, especially through market speculation. It’s a far cry from painting and sculpture. Artists include Julia Christensen, Lize Mogel, Katya Sander and Allan Sekula. At the same time, Clevelander Corrie Slawson will use one of the SpaceLab galleries to give a taste of the sculptural installation she’s building, using found materials, on three vacant lots in Midtown. Both exhibits open with a reception from 6-9 p.m. and continue through March 26 at SPACES Gallery (2220 Superior Viaduct, 216.621.2314). Admission is free. — Michael Gill
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