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Land of Tomorrow Presents: Clusterflock

6:00 P.M.

Land of Tomorrow - 527 E. Third St. Lexington, KY 40508
Land of Tomorrow Presents: Clusterflock

Curated by Nathaniel Hendrickson, featuring the work of Mike Bale, Mark Barczak, Peter Golemboski, Nathaniel Hendrickson, Shohei Katayama, Nick Layman, Douglas Lucas, JR McCleney, Kevin Melzer, Wesley Miller, Yoko Molotov, Sara Pitt, Angela Ress, Philip Rodriguez, Anna Lee Roeder, and Aaron West, with performances by Yoko Molotov, Lady Pyramid and Black Birds of Paradise

On view at Land of Tomorrow, Lexington
May 17 – May 31, 2013
Opening reception at 6pm on Friday, May 17th
Free admission from 6pm to 8pm
$5.00 admission after 8pm

Land of Tomorrow is pleased to present Clusterflock, a group exhibition curated by Nathaniel Hendrickson, featuring the work of Mike Bale, Mark Barczak, Peter Golemboski, Nathaniel Hendrickson, Shohei Katayama, Nick Layman, Douglas Lucas, JR McCleney, Kevin Melzer, Wesley Miller, Yoko Molotov, Sara Pitt, Angela Ress, Philip Rodriguez, Anna Lee Roeder, and Aaron West, with performances from Yoko Molotov, Lady Pyramid and Black Birds of Paradise. The exhibit will open with a reception on Friday, May 17th at 6pm and remain on display until May 31st.

Clusterflock seeks to illuminate the harmonious relationships that can be gilded when neurotic humans are volunteered into arranging things in an aesthetically pleasing manner within a limited space, in close proximity to one another. This process of illumination is aided by the incorporation of a wide range of contemporary methods and narratives.

For more information please contact Will Sizemore at will@landoftomorrow.org or visit our website at www.landoftomorrow.org.

About Land of Tomorrow (LOT): Land of Tomorrow (LOT) Gallery is a project space created to facilitate the making and showing of experimental work in the fields of art, design, and music in Kentucky. LOT operates galleries in both Lexington and Louisville, supported by a core group of amazing and talented individuals. Through exhibitions, performances, artist talks, work documentation, and other activities, LOT fosters an open dialogue with the regional and international creative communities.
Will Sizemore - will@landoftomorrow.org - 859.771.5381

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