A Place Gallery continues its string of imaginative art shows with 'Space Is the Place'

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EM'S REVENGE
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In such a short time – we previewed their opening just seven months ago – Time Waste Management’s A Place Gallery has become Orlando’s go-to for challenging local art. This three-night-only show brings together the scratchy, scatological pop-culture illustrations of Maressa Roberts (aka Em’s Revenge) with projection mapping by David J. Lajas (aka Catalyst). Catalyst’s galactic overlays bring an otherworldly aspect to the twisted societal commentary of Em’s Revenge, taking it all to a level even Sun Ra himself might approve of.

7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, March 10-12 | A Place Gallery, 649 N. Mills Ave. | timewastemanagement.org | free


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