Alexander D’Agostino: I Am OZ at MICA

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Where is the Bailout Plan for the Arts?????

This video installation is set up in the project room of the Pinkard Gallery at MICA. It is projected into three sparkley screens, which make the rich colors even more intense and brilliant. Part fantasy and part mirror confessional, as you peer through gauzy curtains, the viewer is invited in but also repelled as a voyeur. It is simultaneously uber-pretty and creepy at the same time – a winning combination.

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