The Boob Tube, an installation by Rachel Curtis at MICA

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The Boob Tube, an installation by Rachel Curtis

September 14 to October 9
Pinkard Gallery, MICA
1401 Mount Royal Avenue. (1st floor of the Bunting Building)
This is one of the best galleries I’ve seen on campus. Rachel has taken her student exhibition space and transformed it- using the light on the walls to add to the awesome stack of TV’s in the center of the room. The images inside the TV’s are great, too, printed on some kind of vellum paper that glows with the lights coming from within.

**Posted by Jess Kemp for Bmore Art

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