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The Document is a collaboration of athleticism and creativity! Never done before, a diverse group of young athletic hip-hop culture performance artist actually break-dance with the precision of an Olympic gymnast while painting with their bodies. Originally conceptualized on the campus of the University of Maryland College Park, spearheaded by Brandon Hill, Bat, Alex Meiners, Thomas Canavan & Peter Chang, there form of art expression has been considered nothing short of amazing. We here at Sub-Basement Artist Studios’ vision is to establish an environment for artists to create, exhibit, perform and sell their works to an audience that desires exposure to new and exciting images and outlets.

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Music Provided by Preston Hart & Nick “the wonda” Hernandez
Opening reception: Saturday, December 1, from 6-8 pm / SHOWING: Saturday, December 1 – Saturday, December 29, 2007 / Art talk with performance Dec. 22nd / www.subbasementartiststudios.com

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