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Friday 09.04.09

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October Country

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Donal Mosher, from "October Country"

Disjecta presents Donal Mosher's October Country, "an investigation of the artist's life and family through photography, film, and narrative writing... considering the nature of human interaction, experience and the measures we take to find a place for ourselves within contemporary society."

Opening reception • 6-10pm • September 5
Disjecta • 8371 N Interstate • 503.286.9449

Posted by Megan Driscoll on September 04, 2009 at 9:16 | Comments (0)


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