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Opening Reception for Wall Works: Black Holes

Thursday, Oct 10, 2013  4pm–6pm iCal

On view October 10, 2013 – January 12, 2014

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Wall Works: Black Holes installation concept rendering by Laurel Broughton/Welcome Projects, 2013
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Laurel Broughton, the artist and designer behind Welcome Projects, transforms everyday objects into new products using doses of surrealism and surprise. For Wall Works: Black Holes, she inspires over 500 K-12 students to turn blank TetraPak milk cartons into black hole vessels for graphic, black-and-white drawings. Together, their artworks will make up a large-scale installation of the Milky Way, designed by Broughton and displayed in Bergamot Station’s G-Hallway.