Tomb

Tomb

This eerie, immersive installation is a three-way collaboration between the street artists known as no touching ground (ntg) and nko and photographer Dan Hawkins. The entire gallery has been scuffed up and stacked with old wooden pallets (some forming an archway to the show; watch out for splinters). Animal stencils and chalk crosses adorn the walls, along with the painted brick patterns where no brick actually exists. The room seems to be a ghostly replica of another room we see in Hawkins’ glowing light boxes. Somewhere, perhaps ntg and nko have a loft or studio space that’s been half-transferred here; or maybe it’s a secret lair, an illegal squat or some such forbidden space. You can experience it briefly before Gallery4Culture returns back to its everyday incarnation. At which time the spooks will presumably return to their resting ground. BRIAN MILLER

Thu., April 7, 6-8 p.m.; Mondays-Fridays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Starts: April 7. Continues through April 29, 2011


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