Nicole Lenzi: Stop and Go opens at Flashpoint October 17

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Poem for a Wednesday Afternoon

Nicole Lenzi: Stop and Go
October 17 – November 15, 2008
Opening reception: Friday, October 17, 6 – 8 p.m.

With Eastern philosophy as her guide, Nicole Lenzi will create an improvisational installation on the gallery floor using two- and three-dimensional materials in response to the space to broaden the boundaries of how to see, experience and define drawing. Using common materials such as tape, molding, tiles, line and light, Lenzi creates performance-based drawing installations where a state of flux informs the work.

Gallery Hours Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6 p.m.
Contact Karyn Miller, Manager, Visual Arts & Communications
t 202.315.1310

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