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Thursday 11.11.10

« Artitecture lecture at AiA | Main | students + photographers »

Magnitudes and Increments

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left: Peter Happel Christian, right: Dan Gilsdorf

Clark College's Archer Gallery presents Magnitudes and Increments, an exhibition by Peter Happel Christian and Dan Gilsdorf. "Both artists interact with the world by measuring, reducing, and recording it through a range of media. The processes vary for the artists, but both Gilsdorf and Happel Christian engage in systematic methods of artmaking in order to gain understanding of what is more true than real, more poignant than scientific."

Happel Christian's artist talk • PUB 161, 4pm • November 13
Gilsdorf's artist talk • PUB 161, 7pm • November 16
Opening reception • 5-7pm • November 13
Archer Gallery • 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA, Penguin Union Building • 360.992.2246

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 11, 2010 at 8:19 | Comments (0)


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