“Bruce/Eves/Raw/War” at the Robert Kananaj Gallery (February 22-March 31) taps into a zeitgeist fraught with peril. This exhibition is made up of new and never before seen works in which seriality, numerical sequences, and art historical references allow for an ambiguity of meanings while at the same time encouraging a multiplicity of readings. The austere intellectualism of this exhibition uses the seminal 1977 punk rock recording “Raw/War” as its jumping off point. That recording is now considered by many as one of the rarest and most prized artifacts to emerge from that period, and has found its way into the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Nouvel Library collection at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid, and the library collection of the University of Bologna. (It’s not without bemused irony that a copy of the recording is not in the artist’s own collection.)