Through July 21 - Marya Krogstad: Hypnagogic at Aggregate Space. For this show Krogstad has taken two pieces that were originally installed in her Headlands studio and adapted them to the dimensions of Aggregate Space. On one side of the room, sideways stalactites and stalagmites hover in space, their pale forms illuminated by fluorescent light. On the other side, a boat sits moored in a sizable pool of dark water, and when you step aboard you encounter an image of your back dimly projected on the wall directly in front of you. Meanwhile her short film Pomona, on view in the screening room next to similarly evocative work by Rebecca Parks-Ramage and Jonathan Sajda, captures a series of fleeting images that feel like the flow of memory itself. Krogstad's artworks are experienced with your whole body, and they remind us there is magic in the present moment and when there is a willingness to engage the unknown.