It has been awhile since we've seen the carved fiberboard sculptures of David Mordini, a talented area artist whose longstanding focus has been the human body. On Friday from 6 to 9 p.m., the wait will be over. That's when "dis-member," an exhibition of Mordini's distorted anatomical appendages and dislocated body parts - metaphors for alienation and disconnectedness - goes on view at Hillyer Art Space.
The show is one of two open-ing at Hillyer that night. Local photographer Min Enghauser will also be showcasing her pictures of California's Anza-Borrego Desert.
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