Today is the last day to view "The Xijing Men: Gimhongsok, Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Chen Shaoxiong" at H&R Block Artspace, 16 E. 43 St. This is the inaugural North American exhibition of the internationally renowned Xijing Men and is a collaboration between the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas and H&R Block Artspace at Kansas City Art Institute. The group produces video art performances about the imaginary place of Xijing that was conceived as an idealized western capital, meant to complement three other directional capitals of East Asia; Beijing, the northern capital, Nanjing, the southern capital, and Tokyo, the eastern capital. The Xijing Men includes artists Chen Shaoxiong, Tsuyoshi Okazawa and Gimhongsok. The group’s work has been featured at the First Aichi Triennial, the 10th Lyon Biennale, the Fourth Fukuoka Asian Triennial, Tate Liverpool in the U.K., the Artsonje Center in Seoul and Platform, Seoul. For more information, call 816-561-5563 or visit www.kcai.edu/artspace.