After-dinner art

  "Occhi''  detail, by Dave Bermingham,  part of his site-specific installation based on his "Occhi'' sculptures, at the Brookline  (Mass.) Arts Center through Sept. 21.   His sculptures, made of discarded plates, platters and  other dinnerware, address ideas about superstition and desire. The gallery says he "invites the community to contribute similar objects of their own to be incorporated into the exhibition.''   Bermingham  is also working on a new work titled "Cant Slang," pieces that blend poetry, Morse code, beading and sculpture.

"Occhi''  detail, by Dave Bermingham,  part of his site-specific installation based on his "Occhi'' sculptures, at the Brookline  (Mass.) Arts Center through Sept. 21. His sculptures, made of discarded plates, platters and  other dinnerware, address ideas about superstition and desire. The gallery says he "invites the community to contribute similar objects of their own to be incorporated into the exhibition.''  Bermingham is also working on a new work titled "Cant Slang," pieces that blend poetry, Morse code, beading and sculpture.