SEX. MONEY. RACE. GENDER. Opening Night

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Last week’s opening was—well, as you can see above—amazing. (Elizabeth White’s Labor: What We’ve Done for Money and Polly Yale’s, Danielle Chenette’s, Sara Bell, and Elliott Junkyard’s collaborative Wall of Infinite Variables visible above.)

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With three ongoing projects, four performance works, two collaborative installations, and a band, there was definitely enough to do. (Over 50 process works, from Lauren Weinstein, Nia King, MariNaomi, Lindsey Smith, and Delia Jean visible here.)

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Texas State Senator Leticia Van de Putte got a shout-out in the Wall of Infinite Variables for her work earlier in the week following Senator Wendy Davis’ filibuster of SB5.

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Lyra Hill’s very creepy and extremely good Go Down.

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Why libraries are important, EVERYWHERE, in case you didn’t already know. (Fireplace by Lindsey Smith, Delia Jean, and Fran Syass.)

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Folks filling out Sentimental, which was probably difficult to do with all the performances.

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Finally, the Blizzard Babies played in front of the fireplace and Carolina Mayorga’s video piece Maid in the USA. There are people off to the left still reading comics.

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