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Disorderly Construct at Open Space September 3, 7-11

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Open Space proudly announces ‘Disorderly Construct’, a project by David J. Armacost and Nikholis R. Planck.

Opening Reception Saturday, September 3 from 7-11

For their first collaborative exhibition, the artists will present a broad sample of works firmly grounded in drawing. Sourcing their fervent correspondence, Armacost and Planck’s project examines artistic practice through the documentation and parody of each other’s work. The pieces selected betray an ongoing process in which each element informs the next while riffing on a predecessor. This type of decentered approach encourages a view of studio practice not as a solitary search for authoritative voice, but as an opportunity to produce relationships, both between mediums and amongst artists themselves.

Armacost (b. 1979) and Planck (b. 1987) live and work in Baltimore. www.disorderlyconstruct.tumblr.com

Open Space
2720 Sisson Street

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