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Michelle Gay
Lee Henderson
Doug Jarvis
Steve Lyons
Peter Morin

Fictive Realities

September 7, 2013 - November 3, 2013

Opening Reception: Friday, September 7, 2007

Curator: Paul Walde

Fictive Realities presents new work by five artists (Michelle Gay, Doug Jarvis, Peter Morin, Steve Lyons, Lee Henderson) working in such technologies as interactive digital projection, artware, video mediated sculptural installation, as well as good old fashioned storytelling, in an exhibition that literally and figuratively projects alternate visions of our reality while drawing attention to the fictions we inhabit in our everyday lives.




Above: Steve Lyons, Flat Earth Manifesto, 2011, Installation with live closed-circuit video system.

Teachers Guide

Themes: Scultpture, assemblage, video and digital art

Fictive Realities

Authors: Paul Walde

Purchase for $2


Interview with Michelle Gay, Steve Lyons, Doug Jarvis, Peter Morin, Lee Henderson, Paul Walde.


Listen to the podcast made for this exhibition.

RAG Youth Podcast - Episode 2, "Blue Trees," by Konstantin Dimopoulos.