In Practice is an ongoing project series designed to support the creation and exhibition of innovative work and to open up all areas of the SculptureCenter space as potential sites. The works created through this series include sculptural objects, installations, performances and artworks that operate between all of these disciplines. For example, Dave McKenzie’s Bobblehead Dave is a bobblehead doll created in the artist’s likeness and will be given away free while supplies last. Joanna Malinowska’s video installation documents her performing cleaning services in exchange for philosophy lectures. Kathleen Griffin and Leon Dewan seduce viewers with their music boxes encased in giant self-resonating balls of hard candy. Myra Greene’s sofa reveals her preoccupation with her hair and its symbolic importance for her in terms of her racial identity. Alicia Renadette uses dryer lint as the raw material from which she has made a carpet of oversized roses. Frantiska and Tim Gilman create an artificial landscape in their sculptural installation titled We took a sideways glance and fell into the bottom of the season.