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Petah Coyne: Above and Beneath the Skin Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

Last fall, we encountered the mysterious and odd sculptures of American-born artist Petah Coyne in the traveling exhibit Above and Beneath the Skin, which ran through the end of November at the Kemper. Coyne operates on a subconscious level, her abstract figures embedding themselves into our psyche like restless dreams. We still see them, cocoonlike shapes dangling from the ceiling or scattered onto the floor, composed of a strange assortment of media -- soil, tree branches, wire, sand, cables, chains and rubber hoses. It was an experience we're not likely to forget.

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