Who knew that discarded Christmas trees would make a perfect home for a beaver? That at least is the claim of Joanna Malinowska’s darkly humorous installation “Still Life” currently on view at Canada gallery. A decapitated Lego-like figure lies splayed on the floor – apparently felled by the now dried out branches. The beaver is nowhere to be seen. The accompanying press release informs us of Malinowska’s fondness for Hugo Ball whose nonsensical poetry makes perfect sense in the context of the scene. Perhaps Malinkowska realizes that a healthy dose of Dadaism is urgently needed in our bizarre political climate. jolifanto bambla o falli bambla/großiga m’pfa habla horem/egiga goramen/higo bloiko russula huju/hollaka hollala/anlogo bung/blago bung blago bung etc. etc. Through March 12.