Shane Durgee: "Fog of Memory" and Gallery r: "Forces at Work" 

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Images from Durgee's solo show at Nu Movement, and a group show at Gallery r.
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"The Escapist" by Shane Durgee.
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"Cyclops" by Shane Durgee.
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"The Griffin's Egg" by Shane Durgee.
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"Unfulfilled" by Shane Durgee.
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Emily Bellinger's "#CurrentMood" is an installation of printed fabric on view at Gallery r.
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Emily Bellinger and Shane Durgee collaborated on "Watch You Watch Me," an installation at Gallery r.
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Detail of "Watch You Watch Me," by Shane Durgee and Emily Bellinger.
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Installation view of Emily Bellinger's "#CurrentMood" with "Ouroboros and Cardboard Quilt," a collaboration between Bellinger and Shane Durgee, in front.
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Cory Fitzgerald's untitled installation of inkjet prints envision manipulated images of architecture and other urban elements as spacecrafts.
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Joe Lee's ceramic work, "Pieces 2."
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"Narin Shech's untitled photograph from her scanner series.
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Shane Caryl's witty glass and mixed media installation, "Mondays," is a wind-up toy figure that repeatedly bashes its head against a wall.
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In another glass work by Shane Caryl, "The Road Most Traveled By," a wind-up toy pursues a carrot.
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Zimo Pan's copper and steel wall-mounted sculpture, "In the Middle," captures the explosive feeling of being caught in a conflict.
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"The Escapist" by Shane Durgee.