Allowing for a similar dialogue between the artist's memories and the unconscious associations of the viewer, the sculptures of Boston-based artist Luis Arnias stand sentry in the main gallery like funny Rorschach tests. Humorous, tactile, and a little eerie, Arnias' constructions exhibit a candid rawness. They confront multiple senses, employing organic materials like milk to engage the sense of smell, or tar and GREAT STUFF insulation to add a layer of tactile agitation. "Sardines," for example, is a clever construction of plastic cast fingers in a tin of olive oil. The work reads a bit like less cuddly, updated Claes Oldenburg; it could just as easily cause someone to laugh out loud as recoil in uneasiness.