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Friday, March 27, 2015

Snap hosts ‘Structure and Perspective’ artist talks 3 p.m. Saturday

Posted By on Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 9:01 AM

'RESISTANCE,' INTERACTIVE KINETIC SCULPTURE BY RYAN BUYSSENS
  • 'Resistance,' interactive kinetic sculpture by Ryan Buyssens
 
The latest show at Snap! Space, Structure & Perspective, is a thought-provoking assemblage of work. (Read our review here.) Thirteen artists express, in various media, the anxieties and pleasures of daily life though the intersection of natural and man-made forms.

click to enlarge 'LINOCUTS,' CUT-PAPER WORK BY MARCO GALLOTTA
  • 'Linocuts,' cut-paper work by Marco Gallotta
Saturday, you'll be able to meet some of the artists in the show when Snap hosts an artist panel conversation at 3 p.m. In attendance to discuss their work and the show as a whole will be Dan L. Hess, Juan Travieso, Christoph Morlinghaus and Ryan Buyssens, along with Snap curators Holly and Patrick Kahn.



The event is free, but RSVP is required — which you can do here.

Structure & Perspective Artist Panel Conversation
3-5 p.m. Saturday, March 28
Snap Space, 1013 E. Colonial Drive
snaporlando.com
free

'I WANT TO BE IN THE LIGHT,' PHOTOGRAPH AND NEON SCULPTURE BY LUIS LAZO
  • 'I Want to Be in the Light,' photograph and neon sculpture by Luis Lazo

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