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Predisposed: Carina Hiscock and Hillary Dohoney

Opening reception featuring work by Carina Hiscock and Hillary Dohoney. Predisposed reveals the effect of human inclinations by examining our attitude towards waste. People are conditioned to be repulsed by waste and fail to see the beauty in objects once they have served their purpose- it usually gets tossed away when deemed useless. The artists either make use of traditional medium to represent unconventional objects or utilize unorthodox materials to represent a fundamental aspect of human nature.

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  • AP Art Lab

    1906 S. Flores St, San Antonio SoFlo

    (210) 705-2332

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