This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / June 5, 2009


The Glue Society has allowed a 25-ton excavator to use 300 tons of sand to bury itself. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.



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Alex McLeod's digital landscapes are most memorable for the balloon-like clouds that hover almost like ice cream over intricate imaginary worlds.


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Are the girls slowly morphing into birds and animals (or even pianos) in recent pieces by Jennifer Davis?


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The Glue Society is at it again: high impact work that makes the viewer feel his or her insignificance.


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Nature attempts to reclaim some territory in new work by Josh Keyes.


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Luis Fernando Ponce brings us products that won't go down the drain.


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