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Look Now Look All Around Opening Reception Thursday, April 17 from 5-8 p.m.

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Featuring work by Maryland artists who utilize maps and related systems of spatial orientation, organization and demarcation to reveal what might ordinarily be invisible or overlooked.

JAMES BACKAS GALLERY
Maryland State Arts Council

LOOK NOW LOOK ALL AROUND
RECEPTION: THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 2008, 5-8PM.
GALLERY TALK AT 5PM WITH CURATOR AND ARTISTS.
Live music by Dave Cipriani on guitar with N. Scott Robinson, percussion.

Inherent within the construction of a map are the illusions of both stasis and veracity. Given the discrepancies that exist between the map and what it represents, we are never exactly where we believe ourselves to be. “Look Now Look All Around”, features work by Maryland artists who utilize maps and related systems of spatial orientation, organization and demarcation to reveal what might ordinarily be invisible or overlooked. —Dawn Gavin, Curator: Statement, Bio/CV, Arterial Skein

March 13 – June 13, 2008

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Timothy Horjus

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Lillian Bayley Hoover

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