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Lord Palace by Bia Gayotto 
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August 14th, Wednesday 12:45 PM: Bia Gayotto

Bia Gayotto’s work explores the “complex relationship between people, places and stories.” For the Armory Show and Tell series, Bia Gayotto will be leading a workshop that will consist of participants interviewing each other and hence learning the nuances of human interconnectivity. Bia Gayotto currently serves as adjunct faculty at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena and as a visiting lecturer at California State University, Los Angeles. Gayotto’s work has been presented by many institutions nationally and internationally including Orange County Museum of Art; LA Freewaves and Fellows of Contemporary Art, both in Los Angeles; Gendai Gallery, Toronto.  Come join us on Wednesday for this unique and fascinating experience! 

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Come see Edgar Arceneaux this Saturday at 12:45 pm. 

Come see Edgar Arceneaux this Saturday at 12:45 pm. 

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Blind Pig Number 8 by Edgar Arceneaux
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The Fall of Man by Edgar Arceneaux
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August 7th, Wednesday at 12:45 pm: Robby Herbst

I and We: Collective Movement Workshop For Beginners

What is collective identity? Sociologist Alberto Melucci suggests that in today’s alienated culture people find deep meaning and power through group identities that emerge through political social movements. With I and We, Collective Movement Workshop For Beginners individuals will explore their anxieties and their pleasures in becoming one with a group.Robby Herbst is an interdisciplinarian. Broadly he is interested in socio-political formations, behavioral architecture, languages of dissent, and counter cultures. Exploration of these fields have led him to visual art, writing, group work, independent media, public theory, and event/exhibition organizing. 

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I Wish I Could Say What I Feel by Josh Peters

I Wish I Could Say What I Feel by Josh Peters

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S.O.S by Robby Herbst
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Oprheum Returns Fire Creation by Edgar Arceneaux
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You are Here by Robby Herbst