That mood just won't be instantly gleaned. The 10 pieces here-this writer missed the performance that accompanied the show's Oct. 12 opening-quietly fill the gallery. The large floor pieces-the life jackets and raft "AFLOAT," the sand rectangle that makes up "DRYLAND," the salt rectangle that goes with and "TANDEM/ANCHOR"-immediately grab the eyes, but it might be more helpful to spend some time with the 14 untitled photos mounted as a set on one wall at first. They're deceptively revealing. They show a nude woman (presumably the artist, though her face is never clearly visible) in what appears to be a swimming pool, but there's nothing about the imagery that feels like a playful summer frolic. In one, the woman floats face down, a life jacket nearby. In another she's face up, the preserver held in a hand. In another she's submerged, swimming through the water. In yet another she's coming up for air, her head breaking through the surface. In many, she's maybe submerged, maybe swimming, maybe sunk, maybe trying to come toward the surface.