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Anthony Anaya,
Faelan Blair-Casarez,
Annie Blazejack,
Tom Boram,
Daniel Caran,
Lewis Colburn,
Gioj De Marco,
Benjamin Del Castillo,
Bethany Dinsick,
Electric Sound Bath,
Miles Engel-Hawbecker,
Alejandro Figueredo Diaz-Perera,
Eric Fleischauer,
Alejandro Franco,
Richard Haley,
Sam Hamilton,
Geddes Levenson,
Tara Long,
Douglas Repetto,
Momma Tried,
Michael Webster,
Josèphine Wister Faure,
David Yu:
20/20: twenty artists/twenty hours

Press Release
20 Hour Experience 9pm Friday - 5pm Saturday
Opening Reception

The current exhibition highlights what happened at Locust Projects on September 7-8, 2018, when 20 artists presented 20 projects over 20 hours. Twenty artists and collectives who have never before exhibited at Locust Projects each presented newly commissioned works in one-hour temporary exhibitions over twenty consecutive hours. Their re-configured projects or documentation is what's left including a video of highlights from the twenty-hour marathon celebrating Locust Projects' 20th Anniversary year. 

Artists: Anthony Anaya, Faelan Blair, Annie Blazejack and Geddes Levenson, Tom Boram III, Benjamin Del Castillo and Alejandro Figueredo Díaz-Perera, Lewis Colburn, Bethany Dinsick, Miles Engel-Hawbecker, Eric Fleischauer, Alejandro Franco and Daniel Caran, Brian Griffith and Angela Wilson, Richard Haley, Sam Hamilton, Tara Long, Gioj De Marco, Momma Tried (Micah Learner + Theo Eliezer), Douglas Repetto, Michael Webster, Josephine Wister Faure, and David Yu.

Video highlights the 20-hour marathon of 20 projects presented over 20 hours at Locust Sept 7-8, 2018

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