There's a wave of new art pouring into The Hole. Prepare yourself for the psychedelic sensation that is Holton Rower's Pour Paintings. In an astounding feat, the gallery's team managed to clear-cut their Giverny gardens and install this new, massive exhibit in a mere matter of days. The space that was so recently bursting with life is now a bare, white void crawling with giant, technicolor amoebas that ooze across its walls. Or maybe these giant pools of hardened paint look more like "surfaces of distant planets, adipose tissue, underwater mollusks, dendrites, coral, sexual bodies, Christian relics, mitochondria, and Golgi bodies" as the gallery suggests. Each piece is created in a carefully planned, yet chaotic process with a final effect that must be seen to be believed. Turn on, tune in, and drop into The Hole to check it out.