The use of ambiguous imagery isn’t the only element of Louis’s works that’s scientifically minded; if you’ve ever taken a statistics course, these titles will jump out at you. “Likeness” features “Blind Self Portraits” and “Double Blind Self Portraits,” achieved using drawing techniques that art students have long employed to hone their observational skills. For the “blind” portraits, Louis stares at his reflection in the mirror, sketching his own likeness without ever looking down at the paper. In the “double blind” works, he looks only at the blind portrait to create a second portrait, which he then paints onto the wall from a projection. For the exhibition, these larger “double blind” pieces serve as backdrops for the smaller portraits.