Last week's election turned out to be a big relief in a lot of ways, including for many of us in Philly's cultural community, but the need to keep pushing for a just and equitable society remains clear. I saw some social-media posts about "Election Stress Disorder", and especially as someone who lives with mental illness, I'm not ready to give our well-founded American election anxiety clinical status. But that doesn't mean the stress is minor, especially when pundits began shouting about 2024 election prospects as soon as we all stepped out of the voting booth.
This week, Kyle suggests not a cure, but a respite at least. He visited a new installation in Germantown called Supine Horizons. Your stay will last an hour, and I won't give anything else away about the experience here, since Kyle's review is below. Suffice it to say that it sounds like exactly what we all need.
Of course, don't miss the other reviews on deck this week, which, as usual, showcase the fascinating breadth of arts offerings in our region -- including the Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival, which runs through Saturday.