I’ll likely have a full-fledged review of this exhibition by Seema Goel and Lee Henderson down the road, but tonight at the Dunlop Art Gallery at 7 p.m. there’s an opening reception for the show. Then tomorrow at 1 p.m., there’s a gallery tour.

Incorporating sculpture (specifically, taxidermied animals), photography and text, Any Sharp Knife Will Do explores humanity’s complicated relationship with an animal kingdom that science suggests we are a part of, but which we go to great lengths, spirtually and philosophically, to separate ourselves from.