Cosmic Debris features new work by collaborative artists Sarah Belknap and Joseph Belknap. While their work is often concerned with representing landscape and our place in nature, Cosmic Debris finds the artists training their sites on a space slightly further a field -- outer space. The central work in the exhibition is a large-scale outdoor installation titled Almost Planets. Comprised of 1000-2000 foam rocks attached to thin steel wire rods, this site-specific work conjures a frantically swaying, joyously absurd and never-ending meteorite shower on the boulevard in Logan Square. Debris from the shower finds its way inside the Comfort Station in Erractics, an installation of foam meteors of varying sizes spilling out of the gallery. A series of photographs printed on Hahnemule photo rag titled Venus, Bringin' it back home and Black Space further elaborates on the cosmological theme.