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Thursday, February 2, 2017

9 Easy Ways to Add Some Art to Your Weekend

Posted By on Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 12:05 PM

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“Pillow Talk”

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With “Pillow Talk,” UTSA’s Terminal 136 gallery presents a lighthearted (maybe even heart-warming) joint exhibition from artists Kimberly Aubuchon and Patty Ortiz. Each artist has prepared a unique installation that is inspired by “the famous split-screen scene premise from the 1959 Doris Day/Rock Hudson screwball comedy” Pillow Talk. Titled “Do You Feel?,” Aubuchon’s contribution uses emojis to ruminate on the way in which we experience and express emotions in the 21st century. Meanwhile, Ortiz’s installation is a continuation of her “Work Won’t Kill You” series, which investigates a host of topics related to labor, love, and the means by which we personally relate to each. In this particular piece, Ortiz employs “the ubiquitous touchscreen smartphone as a device to question the nature of language and interpersonal relationships.” Free, 6-9pm Thu-Fri, Terminal 136, 136 Blue Star, (210) 458-4391, art.utsa.edu.

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