When Aaron Garber-Maikovska went to Costco in Temecula, he did strange, assembly line–like motions among the merchandise with a focused expression on his face, like a mime in jeans and a baseball cap. Outside a vacant shop, near a big gray pillar, he did different motions, this time more like a modern dancer mimicking architecture. There's something charming about the video of these performances, on view in Fahrenheit's show "The Space Between Us," because you get the sense that he's trying hard to figure out how these overbuilt suburban places make him feel, even if it makes him look like an oddball in public. 2245 E. Washington Blvd., dwntwn.; through Sept. 27. fahrenheit.flaxfoundation.org.