Finer’s practice spans drawing, sculpture, puppetry, set design, and in recent years has expanded into writing, producing, and directing his own films. In Finer’s In the Bight (2016), twins Aada and Jakob discover a phantasmagorical world in the woods surrounding their home. Also on view is Night and a Switchblade (2013), Finer’s “bizzaro-noir, teen-rebel movie about deviant youth and the lurid mysteries haunting a nocturnal American landscape.” The installation includes a selection of Finer’s handmade masks, many of which appear throughout his films.