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    corrupt susceptible hearts

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    October 1, 2011-October 30, 2010

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    corrupt susceptible hearts

    “This is what printing presses do they corrupt susceptible hearts”

    The above quotation by Filippo De Strata expressed his fear that the printing press as a new technology would negatively affect the culture at large. We currently find ourselves at the opposite end of that trajectory of book publishing remains in flux. Printing for rudimentary use has become increasingly archaic.

    This assembled group of...

    “This is what printing presses do they corrupt susceptible hearts”

    The above quotation by Filippo De Strata expressed his fear that the printing press as a new technology would negatively affect the culture at large. We currently find ourselves at the opposite end of that trajectory of book publishing remains in flux. Printing for rudimentary use has become increasingly archaic.

    This assembled group of artists has expanded the territory by taking printing processes in myriad directions as a means to an end in their work.

    ARTISTS: Dagan Barrett, David Curcio, Mike Dacey, Yassy Goldie, Fionn McCabe, Asuka Ohsawa, Rhonda Ratray, Mary Tascano. Curated by Beth Driscoll.


    The Nave Gallery

    155 Powderhouse Blvd
    Somerville, MA 02144

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    General Day and Time Info:

    Exhibit dates: 1-30 October 2010
    Reception: 1 October 2010, 6-9 p.m.
    Gallery hours:Fri: 6-8 pm weekends from 1PM-5PM.



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