In an exhibit with a lot of sounds, collages, and moving pieces, Kyle J. Bauer's showcase is easy to take in. It's full of playful, balanced sculptures with solid colors or simple patterns. His pieces are mainly stacked geometric shapes, primarily built of painted wood, slip cast porcelain, fiberglass, and Formica, with some astroturf and streamers thrown in every sculpture or so. 'Composition l 1 2 6 2 l' is made up of a rectangular block, partially painted in blue and partially covered with astroturf, resting on top of square wooden frames. Two oval-ish shapes sit on top of the block, one of which is black with red polka dots, while the other has that color scheme in reverse. There's also 'Composition l 4 1 1 l' and 'Composition l 8 6 4 l,' which perform similar balancing acts. The reasons behind the numbered titles seem willfully obscure.