If I were an artist, I would want to create animations like those of Selina Trepp. Actually, what I really would like is to be the animations of Selina Trepp. In her wondrously zany productions of the past few years, repurposed artworks and leftover materials come alive when no one is looking. WHADOIDO, made during quarantine in Chicago, features a riotously floral painting remade as a podium, a polka-dot papier-mâché base turned lady, a naughty light blue stick, and loads of other revived stuff of a fruitful studio practice. Also included is a sequence of Trepps delightful abstract cartoons, in which luminous lines and shapes dance across a black screen to the electro tunes of Trepp and her partner Dan Bitney. Trepps local Art on the MART commissionfor which shell project her rainbow shapes across the entirety of The Merchandise Marts block-long façade, bringing the buildings hidden life to lighthas sadly been postponed until next year. It cant come too soon.