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New works by Meredith Dittmar

Meredith Dittmar (HF Vol.4) has a wonderful new show up at Brooklyn’s Riviera Gallery space. “Biome” is a fantastic interactive installation by Emily Gobeille & Theodore Watson collaborating with Dittmar, taking her polymer sculptures to a brand new level. Exploding city-scapes, levitating bio-spheres grow (and glow!) in organic fractal ways in the dark, while buildings fight gravity’s pull. Looks like a show that needs to be seen in person to get the full effect. If you’re in the area, check it out. It’s open until August 10. See More of the show here…

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