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First Thursday September

Harmonic convergence or overload

By Lisa Radon September 3, 2009

If you see nothing else tonight, go to Elizabeth Leach Gallery (417 NW 9th) to see MK Guth’s Terrain Change, a grand and poetic installation that’s just right for right now, single channel video, and stills. Former chair of PNCA’s MFA program, Guth has a national reputation and has had work in the Whitney Biennial.

See Robert Boyd’s Conspiracy Theory in the Feldman Gallery and work by Brian Lund in the Project Space at PNCA (1241 NW Johnson), curated by Mack McFarland for PICA’s TBA:09 Festival while in the main commons, the you’ll find the Faculty Biennial. Take a photo of yourself in Modou Dieng’s "Photo Booth" and send it to the artist.

At Charles Hartman Fine Art (134 NW 8th) Hayley Barker’s maddeningly beautiful Chimeras opens.

At Fontanelle Gallery (205 SW Pine) see Real Life and Other Myths, sculpture and paintings by Coral Silverman, see especially, her book-based sculptures which I love.

And at Igloo (325 NW 6th #102), see Chris Lael Larson’s intriguing Photos and Photo Animations.

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