There are two big new exhibitions at the Henry, one all fleshy (Jeffry Mitchell) and one all ephemeral (Now Here Is Also Nowhere). Between them is the perfect connector: Pipilotti Rist’s giant psychedelic video projection of landscapes and people opening their mouths wide for the camera to jump down their throats—all of which spreads across the floor under your feet and seems to climb across your body as it moves. You can experience its disorienting effects from on the floor, or you can climb the stairs and watch the movie, and the disoriented visitors, from the balcony above. Ephemeral image meets flesh. (Henry Art Gallery, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St,, 11 am–4 pm, $10 suggested)