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Alumni showing artwork

Vogestad ’00 in Iceland

Lana Vogestad ’00 presents video and sound installations in the exhibition No Man’s Land at the Lost Horse Gallery, Vítastigur 9a, in Reykjavík, Iceland. Also showing work is photographer Julia Staples.

“No man’s land” refers to land that is unoccupied, often due to fear or uncertainty. It is often an area whose ownership is disputed by two countries or political powers. During war, it describes land between enemy lines, a sort of neutral ground that neither side wishes to openly move on or take control of due to threat of the other.

The exhibition runs though Oct. 25, 2009. For more information, please call +354-662-1867.



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