Amanda Nedham crafts beautiful worlds of impossible, finely wrought horror, so visceral and mesmerizing you sometimes feel like they're inside your own head. Using graphite line drawings, Nedham ushers into being an array of nightmarish visions far beyond our reality, but chillingly suggestive of a grim future. Case in point: Past shows have focused squarely on the enforced servitude of our animal companions, and projected them forward into a grisly future of manipulated genetic hybrids engineered to function, like so many broken-down machines. Her show opening Thursday at Le Gallery, called "half of less than ten" promises more of the same: Drawn from Napoleon's love letters to his wife, Josephine, Nedham builds, in her words, a "pathology of desire" by reassembling, piece by piece, bodies long ago turned to dust. Brrrr. Later, we talk; now, go see at Le Gallery, 1183 Dundas Street West.