Artist and Gallery U Haul driver Patsy Kline suffers from ocular migraines, which can be triggered by her surroundings, behavior, food and other factors. That got her to thinking about how the city makes her and others feel. So for five years she’s been collecting sounds, images, videos, oral histories, objects and visual art about Cleveland and how the city makes her and her neighbors feel. She’s mapped all that out in an exhibit called “CLÜMAP” which she’ll exhibit in her Gallery U Haul truck, parked from 6-10 p.m. in front of Asterisk Gallery (2393 Professor St., Tremont) during the Tremont Art Walk. It’s free. — Michael Gill
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