In the latest performances in curator Christina Balch’s experimental exhibit taking place throughout the annex’s home living space (and running through Aug. 31), Andrea Zampitella displays her “Fine China,” in which she explores the strength of delicate porcelain and, along with it, issues of the feminine and masculine, strong and weak, possible and impossible. Emily Manning-Mingle performs “Bedtime Stories,” an interactive exhibit that invites visitors to come up, sit down and read kid-friendly tales aloud. (A performance event that is actually welcoming to families and kids.) The overall concept of the exhibit turns gallery visitors into house guests, providing an opportunity to be voyeurs in a homes’s intimate workings. Information is here, and information about Sunday’s events is here.