Nov 8 – Nov 24Bornstein’s life-size animals range from the humble seated dog to the life-size gorilla whose gesture welcomes visitors. “Shalom, Salaam, Tomodachi”—(Hello, Peace, Friend—in Hebrew, Arabic, and Japanese) is the title. Built with wood, sisal fiber in structolite, a plaster used in building construction over wire mesh and armature, the strongly felt non-human creatures culminate in the religious and historical recipient of human ills—the scapegoat. Made from a bench, the goat will be available to be sat upon. Bornstein’s sculpture is represented in Northern California by Sculpturesite Gallery. Previous exhibitions include, the Walter Randel Gallery, NYC; Holland Tunnel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, and the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Florida.