To create this haunting/haunted installation spanning three rooms, the artist-team of Lead Pencil Studio dredged the basement of the Wing Luke Museum. They arranged a dreamlike landscape of everyday objects from the historical collection (brooms, flags, travel trunks, picture frames, mirrors), intermixing their sculptural totems of the passage between Asia and the United States—a great white whale with celadon shipping containers on its back, a life-size ship’s ticket office made of lumber stacked as it was at water’s edge in old Ballard. People and things can bob on waves forever. (Wing Luke Museum, 719 S King St,, 10 am–5 pm, $12.95, through July 20)