Chris Sauter works in a studio converted from an old church. Upended pews, church hymnals, and the artist’s work fill the space from floor to ceiling. The setting befits Sauter’s artistic practice, which questions traditional binaries of human experience, like nature and nurture, science and religion. This approach underpins his installation made literally from the stuff of the gallery itself. The artist bores holes into the gallery walls, using the cutout drywall to assemble sculptural forms, which he then positions in front of the space from which they were cut.