The audience members may see themselves in M. Earl Williams’s video “Five Drives to Work.” The artist taped his drive to work on five different days. Shot out of the front windshield of his car, he layered the videos over one another to create a composite image. The viewer will watch each separate day meld into one until they are nearly indistinguishable. Is it a testament to the monotony of 9-to-5 jobs or proof that creativity can have a presence in the mundane? -Tessa Solomon

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