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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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Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography
Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography

Exploring a Labyrinth: Fertile Solitude at the Mills Gallery
October 28, 2016 | Art New England Magazine

"Fertile Solitude is the kind of exhibition one can discuss for days after experiencing it." Read more…

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Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography
Photo by Melissa Blackall Photography

“Fertile Solitude” reveals importance of self-reflection in creative art exhibits
October 19, 2016 | The Daily Free Press

"Every now and then, many say society needs to step away from the conventional world and become immersed in spaces that give people the chance to look inward. Luckily, a temporary void of whimsical, thought-provoking sights can be found just a short journey away." Read more…

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Art Exhibit Explores Everyday Life as a Multimedia Maze
October 19, 2016 | The Huntington News

“Curator Elizabeth Devlin said that Fertile Solitude is not a single exhibit, but rather a theme which unites multiple pieces of art.” Read more…

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How a Tarot Reading Helped Me Talk About Climate Change
October 11, 2016 | Hyperallergic

“In attempt to help us navigate and make sense of all this information, the artist James Leonard has been touring the east coast with a small tent, inside of which he offers people one-on-one climate change divination readings through the ancient practice of tarot.” Read more…

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