describes a lining-up of stars, planets, or moons. In Jungian psychology, it refers to a pairing — the female and male, the conscious and unconscious. At the Museum of Contemporary Art (770 NE 125th St., North Miami), the two meanings find unity in a show that explores self, sex, and spirit from the perspectives of ten Hispanic women artists. Curator Tiffany Madera says she created “Syzygy”
with “a lot of diversity in voices, in generations, in mediums” — which include paint, photography, film, and sculpture — while also ensuring that “everything speaks to everything else.” Among the alignments that connect the artists, Madera sees “a deep sense of beauty and depth and reflection.” “Syzygy” opens Thursday with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. featuring a performance by Miami interdisciplinary artist Charo Oquet, an essay reading by Mia Leonin, and music by DJ Musicat. Admission costs $10; members and North Miami residents get in free. Visit mocanomi.org
or call 305-893-6211.