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Marci MacGuffie

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Disbeliever_evite
TimeOut Chicago Review of Dis/believer By Lauren Weinberg  
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CarianaCarianne, Teresa Diehl, Compassionate Action Enterprises, Kysa Johnson, Marci MacGuffie, Joe Meiser, Trong Gia Nguyen, Industry of the Ordinary, The Glue Society, Joshua Thorson, Sandra Yagi at Glass Curtain Gallery November 19th, 2009 - November 19th, 2009
Posted 12/11/09
Art & Design | Critic's Rating Art review “Dis/Believer” By Lauren Weinberg     Glass Curtain Gallery, through Feb 13.   The Glue Society, , 2007. Unless one considers every word of the Bible literally true—including the verse about executing neighbors who work on the Sabbath—we think it should be possible to reconcile science and religion. But Columbia College’s thought-provoking “Dis/Believer: Intersections of Science and... [more]
Disbeliever_evite
Truthful Enthusiasm by Matthew Cunningham  
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CarianaCarianne, Teresa Diehl, Compassionate Action Enterprises, Kysa Johnson, Marci MacGuffie, Joe Meiser, Trong Gia Nguyen, Industry of the Ordinary, The Glue Society, Joshua Thorson, Sandra Yagi at Glass Curtain Gallery November 19th, 2009 - November 19th, 2009
Posted 12/11/09
http://truthfulenthusiasm.wordpress.com/2009/11/20/disbeliever/   Truthful Enthusiasm Discussing Contemporary Issues through The Arts Home About Review by Matthew Cunningham Dis/Believer November 20, 2009Matthew CunninghamLeave a commentGo to comments I am not a religious man.  My spirituality is a mish-mash of a Catholic upbringing (long atrophied) and a large helping of pop culture spirituality (from Yoga to Oprah).  I... [more]
Eighth
Word Problems   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Lucas Blalock, Mira Dancy, Zipora Fried, Charles Gaines, Jen Hofer, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Marci MacGuffie, Eliza Newman-Saul, Mariah Robertson, Xaviera Simmons, Lawrence Weiner at Eighth Veil June 27th, 2009 - August 1st, 2009
Posted 7/5/09
At its modern inception, the relationship between text and art is wrapped up in revolutionary politics (Futurists and Surrealist manifestoes regularly hurling their defiance at the stars) and literarature (Breton, Tzara, Stein, all breaking, bending, and finding writing to respond or sometimes help invent trends in visual art). Language breaks down and become the shattered Dada collage of nonsense and concrete poetry or the visual collapses into the manifesto, saying and doing often what... [more]