"POPulence" has some strong work, but as you go through the show, something weird happens: It all starts to seem the same. I've been to minimalistart shows where the work didn't feel this similar. After a bit I realized that the works aren't the reason -- it's how they've been hung. For the most part, they've been spread out through Blaffer's sprawling space with one example from each artist in just about every room. It creates a sense of déjà vu as you move through the show. The scattered way the work is installed effectively blends and homogenizes the show. The catalog becomes a welcome respite, allowing you to see images of each artist's work grouped together, and letting you get a sense of it without having to flip through your visual memory.