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Michelle Hagewood: Specimens of Infrastructure Thursday, March 11 at Metro Gallery

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Photos from the ACC Craft Show last weekend

New Work by Michelle Hagewood
Reception: Thursday, March 11 at 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Metro Gallery

Michelle Hagewood’s Specimens of Infrastructure with musical guests: Gregory Rago and members of Yeveto

Statement: For the past year, Michelle has been photographing, collecting, and considering modes of urban infrastructure and its interactions with the “natural” landscape.

Simultaneously concerned with the invisible and psychological structures of communication, play, desire, and control, Michelle has been working to materialize and question these systems through drawing and compositing. The hand continually disrupts a fractal and digitally inspired process, and each evolution diverges from its source indeterminately; moving from familiar to foreign, retaining or suppressing traces of its parent, and often walking a fine line between finding and losing itself completely.

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