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Red Garage Studio’s July show features two artists whose practices consider how unprecious objects, materials, and systems that we interact with every day take on meaning for us, affecting our behavior, our actions, and our emotions. Teréz Iacovino combines DIY culture, systems aesthetics, and a taste for the irrational, with materials and objects that have complex personal and cultural history, as she explores familial relationships and the notion of heirlooms in an age of planned obsolescence. Jack Pavlik looks at how people react to systems that exist to modify behavior, altering and re-contextualizing simple objects to create interactive sculptural performances that examine competition, confinement, and displacement.


Show runs through July 22

Red Garage Studio is located at 3640 Garfield Av S, Mpls

Open hours during the run of show:

Opening Friday 7-10 pm
Thursdays & Subsequent Friday 3:00-7:00 pm,
Saturdays & Sundays noon-4:00.
Other times by appointment.

For more information go to www.redgaragestudio.com

Image: Detail from “Inherited Archive,” Teréz Iacovino.

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John Pavlik

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