Minneapolis City Pages May 7, 2014 : Page 30

ART/GALLERY DANCE If These Walls Could Talk Gamut Gallery Beautiful ruins, and the mysteries they incite in our imaginations, are the subjects of Cameren Torgerud’s new exhibition. Using high-dynamic-range imaging, he forays not only into abandoned structures across the country, but also into the very details — the sensuous texture of crumbling walls, the folds and plasticity of discarded objects — to document the narratives of the left behind. Meditative, evocative, melancholy, and a little creepy, Torgerud’s images entice with the decay of the untended. There will be an opening reception from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, May 10. 1006 Marquette Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-701-8272, www.gamutgallerympls. com. Through May 31 —CAMILLE LEFEVRE TU Dance Ordway Center for the Performing Arts TU Dance is the brainchild of Uri Sands and Toni Pierce-Sands, former members of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. This 10th anniversary performance features “Hikari,” an Ordway-commissioned work by choreographer Sands in collaboration with master wood-block print artist Hiroiki Morinoue. The two explored the concept of light, Morinoue in terms of its impact on translucent, black-fabric panels and white paint, and Sands in terms of its impact on bodies in movement. Sands’s complex, multilingual choreography — a meld of ballet, modern, African, and street dance elements — lights up the Ordway stage for the second time. TU’s 2010 Ordway debut sold out fast, and this one is on the way. Other works on the program include FESTIVAL/FOOD There’ll be plenty of good eats outside Harriet Brewing ZENON DANCE COMPANY zenondance.org DAVIN HAUKEBO-BOL * SPRING SPREAD FOOD TRUCK RALLY Harriet Brewing 31st SPRING SEASON MAY 9 -18, 2014 The Cowles Center for Dance and The Performing Arts www.thecowlescenter.org | $34 | 612.206.3600 30 ci C I ty TY pag PAG e E s S M M AY 7-7 13 – 13 2 014 c i C I TY PAGES.COM AY , , 2 014 ty pag es.com During the weekday, people in the Twin Cities hunt down their favorite food truck using Twitter or Facebook and walk to it during their lunch hour. This Saturday at Harriet Brewing, however, all your favorite food trucks will be in one place. This spring, summer, and fall, the MN Food Truck Association will be organizing not one, but three food truck rallies sure to fi ll your belly. On hand this afternoon will be 16 trucks offering delicious delectables such as Korean BBQ (Gogi Brothers), gourmet grilled cheese (O’Cheeze), turkey sandwiches (Turkey to Go), lobster tacos (Jake’s Street Grill), and tapas (A La Plancha). There will also be plenty of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options to be ordered up. During the party, live music will be provided by Pushing Chain, Luke Warm and the Cool Hands, Tommy Bentz Band, and Dang Ol’ Tri’ole, and folks who grab a wristband can enjoy beer from Harriet Brewing in the taproom. For a complete list of participants and what they have to offer, visit www. mnfoodtruckassociation.org. Free. Noon to 7 p.m. 3036 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis; 651-225-2184. —JESSICA ARMBRUSTER

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