Closing February 11 - Lucy Pullen: Hue at Romer Young Gallery. This is the second solo show of Pullen's work at Romer Young, the first of which (The Effect Effect) introduced me to her back when the gallery was still called Ping Pong. In that previous show she presented a series of small paintings on aluminum, landscapes at dusk that were nearly abstracted by her loose brushstrokes, as well as brushed metal sculptures that resembled giant crystals. This time Pullen has set up tables topped with plexiglass shapes that are not set in any particular configuration but instead invite play and rearrangement. Their tones shift and change as you walk around them, and light coming into the gallery sends shimmering patterns bouncing onto the ceiling too. Similarly interactive, the works in her Chromadynamics series at first look like simple grey paintings until you hit a spot in the room where the light strikes them just right and their surfaces start to flicker like TV screens. Meanwhile the turbulent forms you see churning away within the video piece Contrails are actual clouds she created inside of one of her sculptures at a show last year at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, a piece she devised with the help of an astrophysicist. Lucy Pullen: bringing wonder back.