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Metal Machine Music: The Work of Dustin Carlson by Jack Livingston

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In 2012, Baltimore artist Dustin Carlson presented his extraordinary solo exhibition “Cowboys & Engines” at Gallery Four, a seminal inner city warehouse space Carlson co-founded a decade earlier. This is the story of that exhibition and the artist who produced it. It includes interviews with Carlson and Baltimore artist/curator Gary Kachadourian, with video and images representing the show.

This documentary was filmed and edited by Jack Livingston, an Editor and Contributor at Bmoreart and Founder of Radar and RadarRedux, two publications devoted to arts and culture in Baltimore.

Metal Machine Music – The Work of Dustin Carlson from Bmoreart on Vimeo.

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