Hair is kind of a strange thing when you think about it. When it's attached to your head, it's silky and luxurious. When a strand makes its way to a dish of food, though, it's disgusting. That dichotomy is what's being explored in "Hair Works," a new exhibition at the OSU Urban Arts Space. Artists Jonathan Geiger and Jane Tuss use mixed media to bridge the divide between the ideas of hair as enticing and hair as repulsive.

Hair is kind of a strange thing when you think about it. When it's attached to your head, it's silky and luxurious. When a strand makes its way to a dish of food, though, it's disgusting. That dichotomy is what's being explored in "Hair Works," a new exhibition at the OSU Urban Arts Space. Artists Jonathan Geiger and Jane Tuss use mixed media to bridge the divide between the ideas of hair as enticing and hair as repulsive.