DEAD AIR Feb. 17 at Metro Gallery

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Propositions opening Feb. 21, 7-10 p.m. at Area 405

Video Exhibition
Feb 17 – Mar 22

Exhibit Opening: THE END of Analog Party Tue Feb 17, 2009 Doors 8pm,
Show 9pm $6. Light snacks. Cash bar. w/ bands: Lo Moda, Plans Plans, and Edie Sedgwick. VJs: Joe Reinsel, Chris LaMartina, and Guy Werner

Exhibiting Video Artists: Vin Grabill, Atomic TV, Phil Davis, Kristen
Anchor, and Preston Poe

Curated by Kristen Anchor
Metro Gallery / 1700 N Charles St

Baltimore underground weirdos and movers-and-shakers mix with indie music videos, Mexican wrestling, classic commercials and other ephemera. News anchors meld, stutter, and fight static in rhythmic gestures. George Bush slowly morphs into Barack Obama. Garbled, static-y footage follows a man in a suit on an ambiguous chase. Dead Air presents five single channel video works by artists Vin Grabill, Atomic TV, Phil Davis, Kristen Anchor, and Preston Poe.

THE END of Analog is coming. Are you ready?

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