Just when you think you’ve seen every new medium ever conjured by visual artists, someone comes up with another new, very clever little twist to conceptualize a personal vision. This time it’s Sarah Sense of Introducing, a group invitational show up until September 3 at the Elliott Fouts Gallery, off the beaten path at 4749 J Street. Sense makes inventive use of a tool found in every identity-theft-conscious office—the shredder. How else could she render her digital prints in such perfect uniform ribbons? Weaving these into her paper tapestries, Sense lends her content the unmistakable aura of American Indian textiles. Even with an overlay of pattern, in her “Cowboys and Indians” series, it’s easy to see through the top layer, in warp and weft, Sense’s 21st-century impression of how the West was stolen. For more information, call (916) 736-1429.