Martha Lueders // Murphy News Service

A pop-up gallery inspired by 'Peter and the Starcatcher'


Two large banks of windows look onto Hennepin Avenue. Three windows side-by-side create the first bank. A large moon, 10 feet in diameter and covered in scraps of neutral wallpaper, hangs behind the silhouettes of a boy and girl. Their silhouettes are clothed with strips of cloth. Their skin made of corn husks, and their faces assembled out of beads and seashells. To the left of them is a treasure chest wrapped in chains.

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