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BLACK Imagination: The States of Matter Is Like Home-Baked Bread with Butter ... But Art

by Emily Pothast Artist, curator, and community organizer Natasha Marin. Erika Schultz BLACK Imagination: The States of Matter doesn’t officially open until tomorrow evening's First Thursday Art Walk, but the parts of the exhibition that are already online reveal an ambitious wealth of information to sift through and experience—a website, a blog, and a Soundcloud page full of audio responses to three prompts.
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