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Culture, The Exhibitionist Friday, Friday, Friday! Southern Exposure Gallery's Monster Drawing Rally

Friday, Friday, Friday! Southern Exposure Gallery's Monster Drawing Rally

"Monster Rally." Those words usually reside near big metal things with big rubber wheels that jump in the air and crush smaller metal things. They live near big sports arenas and guys in crash helmets, and spectators who wear…
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Calendar, Night&Day The Suspense Is Inspiring Me

The Suspense Is Inspiring Me

Two little boys were playing around James Sansing's sculpture at the First Thursday reception. It was fitting, because the artwork is exactly the kind you might dream up as a child: "I'm gonna make a magic thing, really big, made…
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David Fought: "3 (5)wires and 5 (3)sides"
James Sansing: "Seeing Darkly"

There's a pleasing little synaptic pop that occurs when you look at David Fought's wire sculptures. Maybe it's because they play with dimensions. The sharp geometric shapes often look as if they should be two-dimensional line drawings, inscribed directly on…
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