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April 14, 2007


Well here we are, halfway to summer, and it feels like October outside. And inside, too, since I like to leave windows open.

A Catalog Of Anticipations I is being shown at our friends' 817 Gallery's spring exhibition all weekend, as a sort of partial dry run of the eventual installation I want to stage once all three parts are ready to be shown. Dropped in on a makeshift cubic screen at the last minute, the piece served more as an accent mark to the show than a featured work; still, it provoked some good response and conversation, and, more importantly, served as a swell inauguration to type of exhibition that I'm growing increasingly interested in. Yes, friends, I'm tiptoeing ever further towards abstract obscurity!

Posted by David Lowery at April 14, 2007 12:29 AM