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Cracking Up, Breaking Down

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Alex Yudzon

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Ben Pederson

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Nicholas Cueva

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Jack Henry

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What A WW

What A World, What A World

 

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Anna Rosen

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Caroline Cox

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Jane Benson

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Harry Finkelstein

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Matt Freedman & Jude Tallichet

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Ron Baron

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Donna HuancaRead more here

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“What A World, What A World”

I find myself saying “What a world” a lot. Usually in response to some incomprehensible human behavior or some new social/political development that I can’t believe is happening. I associate the phrase “What a world” with The Wizard of Oz, when the Wicked Witch of the West is melting and speaks the words “What a world, what a world…Who would have thought that some little girl like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness.” Even as a child this intrigued me, how the evil side can also be astonished by behavior and circumstance. We assume that ethics, morality, beliefs start from an objective vantage point. The current political crises, that seems to pit multiple incompatible and mutually incomprehensible world views against each other, is a terrifying embodiment of this phenomenon.… Read more here

What A World, What A World

What a World, What A World

October 1 – November 6, 2016

Opening Reception – October 7, 6-9 pm

I find myself saying “What a world” a lot. Usually in response to some incomprehensible human behavior or some new social/political development that I can’t believe is happening. I associate the phrase “What a world” with The Wizard of Oz, when the Wicked Witch of the West is melting and speaks the words “What a world, what a world…Who would have thought that some little girl like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness.” Even as a child this intrigued me, how the evil side can also be astonished by behavior and circumstance.… Read more here

Jonalddudd

JONALDDUDD

June 3 – July 3, 2016

JONALDDUDD is an exhibition of works by artists and designers challenging the conventions of contemporary design. These individuals use design as a medium for personal expression and critical analysis, creating objects that offer cultural commentary and blur the boundaries between art, design, and craft — punx not dead.… Read more here