Ahh, spring at last. And New York-based installation artist E.V. Day and artist and lead singer of The Voluptous Horror of Karen Black, Kembra Pfahler, are about to put Mother Nature to the test. When Day was invited by the Versailles Foundation to take up residence in Monet’s famously fecund Giverny estate, she decided it would be a much more interesting stay with a partner in crime. The resulting photo essay has Pfahler posing in the impressionist Wonderland as a hot pink version of Leroy Neiman’s Playboy mascot, the Femlin. Low and behold, Playboy is underwriting the debut of this work at The Hole gallery on the Bowery, which promises to include a recreation of the Giverny setting, lily pads and all. Leaving us wondering: is it lace-up boots or garden party attire for this Friday’s opening?