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ENDWISE: ART TIME SPACE APOCALYPSE
August 10-September 7
Curated by Hermonie Williams
Opening Reception: August 10 Friday 6pm
Music & Performances: Human Host & Hardland/Heartland 10pm

Painting, sculpture, performance, sound and video works by over 25 artist that either “proposed an alternative way to experience time or acknowledge the coming of the end of time”.

Featuring:
Ann Everton & Jackson O’Connell
Alan Reid
Christopher Cassidy
Dan Talbot
Domnic Terlizzi
Eric Johnson
Felecia Chizuko Carlisle
Hardland / Heartland
John Boone
Jonathan Santoro & Alexandra Grzynski
Jung-eun Kim
Kenneth Deprez
Kristoffer Ardena
Lara Emerling
Mark Brown
Morgan Craig
Olga Ast
Rebecca Nagle
Ryan Lauderdale
Scrapworm
Timothy Nohe
Virginia Warwick
William Ryerson

www.currentspace.com

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