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What if we could better understand our own human social systems—the means by which we communicate with each other, the patterns that govern our interdependence, and the minutiae that form those larger structures?  And what if we could appreciate the infinitely more complex systems that thrive in our natural world?  Perhaps we, as humans, could then see how we fit into a larger universal system …more

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Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Curated by Danielle Mysliwiec and Natalie Campbell
New Ruins explores the tactile, perceptual, and temporal dimensions of surface and form among a resonant grouping of abstract works. Physical processes such as rubbing, layering, building, wearing away and, on occasion, obliterating, combine to offer an alternative to the traditional painter’s mark, altering perception of time and presence. …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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What if we could better understand our own human social systems—the means by which we communicate with each other, the patterns that govern our interdependence, and the minutiae that form those larger structures?  And what if we could appreciate the infinitely more complex systems that thrive in our natural world?  Perhaps we, as humans, could then see how we fit into a larger universal system …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Curated by Danielle Mysliwiec and Natalie Campbell
New Ruins explores the tactile, perceptual, and temporal dimensions of surface and form among a resonant grouping of abstract works. Physical processes such as rubbing, layering, building, wearing away and, on occasion, obliterating, combine to offer an alternative to the traditional painter’s mark, altering perception of time and presence. …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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What if we could better understand our own human social systems—the means by which we communicate with each other, the patterns that govern our interdependence, and the minutiae that form those larger structures?  And what if we could appreciate the infinitely more complex systems that thrive in our natural world?  Perhaps we, as humans, could then see how we fit into a larger universal system …more

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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