|Ladders extending from a crawlspace.|
"Taint," an exhibition by Anthony Luensman, features trick-of-the-eye photography around the human body. As sexual as its name suggests, visitors can see the "Stud Finder" installment, which looks like pubic hair made from scouring pad fibers, a camera lens installed on a swing's seat, or the carnal sounds of eggs being stomped upon with bare feet.
|A pole made out of glass "extenders." You can guess what they attach to.|
The interactive exhibit will leave visitors raising an eyebrow, yet still curiously pondering for more. Luensman also designed artwork for Lousiville's 21C Hotel. If you're a fan of its style, make a stop by "Taint," which is free to the public through December 9.
|Ascending "Neon Ladder." One of the more tame installments in the exhibit.|