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"Pillow Talk" 

When: Thu., Feb. 2, 6-9 p.m., Fri., Feb. 3, 6-9 p.m. and Thursdays-Saturdays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Feb. 18 2017
Price: Free
art.utsa.edu/pillow-talk
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 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.”

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