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Hook, Line & Sinker

Friday, November 5, 2010 to Friday, December 17, 2010

Opening reception: Friday, November 5, 7:00pm

“Look for narrative of any kind. Anti-narrative, non-narrative, para-narrative, semi-narrative, quasi-narrative, post-narrative, bad narrative. Use everything.” -Allen Rupperberg, Fifty Helpful Hints on the Art of the Everyday “The Secret of Life and Death” 1985

Catherine Heard Catherine Heard’s series “Automata” consists of collages sourced from antique books, including collector’s guides to dolls and children’s encyclopedias.

Catherine Lane Catherine Lane’s work consists of a series of drawings and three-dimensional drawings that act as narrative fragments. This exhibition features three 2D drawings “Hunter”, “Steam Box”, “Parked Station Wagon” as well as a 3D drawing, “Toboggan”.

Jerry Ropson Jerry Ropson spent a week in the gallery and around the city of London contributing a series of pre-fabricated works, as well as creating drawings and sculptural elements on site. His work utilized the gallery not only as an exhibition space but also as a site for public intervention.

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