2 p.m.-9 p.m. Wed., 2 p.m.-11 p.m. Thu.-Sat., 1 p.m.-7 p.m. Sun. July 17-Aug. 23.
Wayne Coyne, frontman of The Flaming Lips rock band and a multimedia surrealist, brings his installation “King’s Mouth” to the Arts Center of the Ozarks’ off-site space on Emma Street. The installation is a giant metallic head whose mouth gives entry to a light show synchronized to Flaming Lips music: Crawl into what Baltimore magazine described as a cross between a “bean bag, the iconic Rolling Stones tongue and an acid trip.” (The ACO warns that those with light-sensitive epilepsy should stay on the outside of the sculpture.)
Also on exhibit: Coyne’s creation myth images in drawing and collage with emoji paintings by photographer Kat Wilson, a video installation by Dillion Dooms and work by muralist/painter Sasha Rayevskiy.