Just into her 30s, Rachel Rose has experienced a meteoric rise since winning the 2015 Frieze Artist Award and debuting at the Whitney Museum of American Art the same year with an acclaimed show. She is known for dreamlike video works underscored by unnerving messages and compelling ideas (mortality, global warming, history, technology)—visually poetic montages that she makes by layering film, collage and found footage. Lake Valley, her video on view at the Central Pavilion, continues such an approach. The story follows a furry pet as it leaves its suburban family behind to go in search of a new friend in a nearby forest, and it’s made of composite images from 19thcentury children’s books, which Rose has cut and layered over with cel animation. The result is an enchanting, multi-sensory work exploring the borders between self-development and adulthood.