The walls of the museum will crack open—or they will seem to—and light and sound will come spilling in. A group of 15 dancers will interact with each other and the projections, set in motion by choreographer Jennifer Salk and media artist Maja Petric; it will all happen not only in the Henry’s main gallery but also in the hallways, in stairwells, in elevators, and on ramps. Eyes of the Skin is a new version of a piece first performed in 2009, devoted to the theme of tenderness, both its kindly and its pain-associated medical meanings. Don’t be late: The show is only 40 minutes long. (Henry Art Gallery, 4100 15th Ave NE,, 7:30 pm, free with $10 museum admission)