In what they’re calling the “highly anticipated sequel to the 1997 groundbreaking art exhibit How Many People Are in This Coffin: You," Seattle artist pair Max Kraushaar and Graham Downing present a show of performance, sculpture, and photography called How Many People Are in This Graveyard? All of Them. It’s a horror show for the holidays, by two funny abjectionists who have, in the past, encased their limbs in cement and hung out (munching on snacks) for a performance called stoned, or on the other end of the spectrum, set up junk objects to cast such beautiful shadows that they make your eyes ache. (Blindfold Gallery, 1718 E Olive Way,, 1–7 pm, free)