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Evan La Londe: Waterfall (for Richard Brautigan) at School 33 opening January 29

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After Image opens January 29 at School 33 from 6-9 p.m.

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Photos from Art Openings on Friday, January 29th

Waterfall, (for Richard Brautigan)

Waterfalls are phenomenal objects. Like most forms found in nature, a waterfall has a different relationship with time than we do. Their ageless existence asks us to reflect upon our own, which is not. Our experiences with these forms can create very real, emotional moments. The existence of this waterfall as a sculpture is similar to how it would exist as a photograph, suspended at a point of synchronicity. Although only a reproduction, Waterfall, (for Richard Brautigan), strives to recreate this same synchronicity while being a celebration of its complex and beautiful form.

Exhibition: January 29 – February 27, 2010

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