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The End and After

RICHARD SPEER
Saturday April 06
Bullseye Gallery
300 NW 13th Ave.
 
Bullseye’s previous show was about memento mori; the current one is about apocalypse. The staff should start handing out Zoloft to gallery visitors. Despite the moribund theme, the new exhibit, The End and After, is surprisingly lively, with oil paintings and kiln-formed glass works by Michael Endo and mixed-media pieces by Stacy Lynn Smith. The most striking of these is Smith’s interactive Blue Spark, which invites viewers to pull a pin out of a steel contraption, which makes a rectangle of glass crash to the floor and shatter. The sound of the shattering is amplified and made to reverberate by four microphones, which are hooked up to an eerie sound installation designed by Robert Burns. Through April 27.


Where: Bullseye Gallery
Phone: 227-0222
Address: 300 NW 13th Ave.
Website: bullseyegallery.com

 
 
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