Hot yarn

Visitors to Burnet Fine Art in Wayzata will be radically immersed in a created space by Minnesota favorite HoTTea. White cotton string, suspended from the ceiling, will soak in a series of black pools that will change colors over time. HoTTea describes the exhibition as a means for personal healing, specifically about loved ones who have passed away. The artist, who has installed his yarn installations all over the world, first got his start weaving threads on chain-link fences in the Twin Cities. His style is based in street art and graffiti, but the soft yarn he uses lends an ephemerality to the works themselves. (11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tue.-Sun. Ends April 14. Burnet Fine Art & Advisory, 775 Lake St. E., Wayzata. Free. 952-473-8333 or

Alicia Eler