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Passage Through Blue blends art, dance in one unique performance
February 15, 2017 | The Daily Free Press

“We were really interested in making interactive art, art that the audience can be involved with and respond to,” Brayton said. “Throughout the show, the audience gets to move around to different areas of the space, almost like a living museum. There are different sections in the space that the audience will walk to and see throughout the show.” Read more…

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Nicole Maloof’s I See White People

‘I Dread to Think. . .’ examines the influence of anxiety
February 9, 2017 | The Boston Globe

“Curator Liz Blum conceived of I Dread to Think?… two years ago—before the primaries, before the election. Now our new president is tweeting that ‘many very bad and dangerous people may be pouring into our country.’” Read more…

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Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography
Annette Lemieux’s Bad Habits
Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography

A little alone time, in evocative art exhibit
November 17, 2016 | The Boston Globe

“Looking at art is a private pursuit, even in company; it strums different chords in each viewer. “Fertile Solitude,” an arresting show about the experience of being alone, is cunningly apropos.” Read more…

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‘Fertile Solitude’ Flourishes at the Boston Center for the Arts
November 1, 2016 | Harvard Crimson

“Fertile Solitude” at the Boston Center for the Arts creates an immersive experience complete with art that appeals to every sense. The visitor’s experience can encompass everything from smelling rain and cigarette ashes to touching withered 1950s magazines. These varied interpretations of solitude seek to redefine what it means to be alone.” Read more…

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No Risk, No Return
October 31, 2016 | Artscope Magazine

“Guest curator Elizabeth Devlin’s layout seeks to apply to artists a theory by psychoanalyst Adam Phillips about developing young adults: unconsciously they need solitude—in the potential presence of another—in which to “endanger” their bodies and “experiment with representations of it” on their route to self-definition. The tension of risk within protective boundaries shapes the exhibition in both process and results.” Read more…

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