One room in Dawn Cerny's magnificent, dark installation is for the dead—rows of glaring taxidermied owls, a stand of funerary flower arrangements, watercolor paintings of macabre T-shirts in heavy-metal style, and 150-year-old photographs of dead infants with their families. The other room is for the not-yet-dead—it's a waiting room. On the coffee table is a National Geographic Traveler magazine. Its headline reads, wickedly, "Sudden Journeys: Adventures in Last-Minute Travel." (Henry Art Gallery, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280. 11 am–5 pm, $10 general/free for students.)