Andrew Goode's The Love Tricycle is the most beguiling of these eight works. Set in an alternate universe where unmanned bicycles become objects of pursuit and romance, it details an unusual courtship and the angry intervention of a jealous suitor. In William Huber's Nailed a hammer takes out its frustrations on a group of nails that torment it. By comparison Justin Woiwode's A Void and Julie Lofton and Andrew Hodges's The Parody of the Giving Tree seem inconsequential, and Anodea Judith's The New Age Illuminated Chakras, an overlong work about spirit and consciousness, feels decidedly out of place. 72 min.