Through August 4 - Dashiell Manley at Silverman Gallery. Your first hint that something is a little unusual about Manley's paintings is how they're installed in the gallery, propped on small shelves instead of hung flush against the wall. This allows the barest peek at the other side of his works, as he does indeed use both sides. Indecipherable codices of numbers or barely-perceptible words flip over to abstractions of layered color that seem to melt and drip down slick surfaces. The paintings are joined by projected animations incorporating textual elements again that seem reproduced almost past the point of legibility, leaving ghosts of forms flickering on the wall. One line from the Silverman website sums it all up perfectly: "We see everything at the same time even though this is impossible."