If you're not familiar, The Shed is actually a shed. It's found in the backyard of artist Blake Turner's Clintonville home. This is the second year he has allowed artists to experiment with the space to make something unique and to bring people together.

If you're not familiar, The Shed is actually a shed. It's found in the backyard of artist Blake Turner's Clintonville home. This is the second year he has allowed artists to experiment with the space to make something unique and to bring people together.

In "Fiver," Christie Whisman will explore the shed as a gendered space, using five vibrating mechanisms (sex toys, you might say) to create a drawing on the floor.

"The piece is part installation and part disembodied performance," Whisman said.