James Kalm is a soft touch. So when he bumped into Elana Herzog at a recent opening on the Lower East Side, and she informed him of a two person show that included a major recent work, your correspondent made the ride to Northern Williamsburg to check out the display. Impressed with the works of both artists, Kalm whipped out his camera, and provides viewers with brief glances of these installation pieces. Linda Herritt's "Terra Infirma" is a text work employing fabric, tape, yarn and plastic which covers a 16 x 50 foot section of wall. The names of bands are spelled out over a wire grid modeling of a section of the Rocky Mountains. Elana Herzog's "Valence" combines her signature method of stapled fabric to boards mounted on metal struts. This structure is shadowed with a wall mounted white sheetrock form, evoking comparisons of volume and substance.