The Henry Art Gallery at the University of Washington has a particularly ambitious exhibition schedule this summer. The new project called "Short Stories" gives individual curators the run of the smaller rooms in the older part of the museum, and the resulting exhibits run the gamut from sculptures you can walk through to sound and video installations. In the larger galleries in the Henry’s new wing, the show, Volume: Bed of Sound, gives center stage to the work of dozens of cutting edge composers, including several from this area. The centerpiece of the sound show, a 60-foot bed with headphones, has been attracting particular attention. Here with our review is KUOW art critic, Gary Faigin.