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New work by Evergreen seniors Monica Jane Frisell and Jacob Hurner plays with the relationship between individual and environment as subjects are positioned in colorful sets created to mirror their personality and aesthetic leanings. A new little show has popped up in the library basement (okay, it’s technically the first floor, but it feels pretty basement-y to me) on the hallway wall between Photoland and Electronic Media. Woody’s Wall, as it’s called for some mysterious reason, is a somewhat informal exhibit space for work created by Evergreen students and, though it’s a little hard to find, it’s worth it (ask someone in Photoland if you get lost!) Woody’s Wall is currently home to a lovely series of portraits – the product of a quarter-long artistic collaboration between Evergreen seniors Monica Jane Frisell and Jacob Hurner. Frisell is an Instructional Photo intern who makes amazing work, and I’m not sure what Hurner does other...