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ICOSA Collective presents "Window Dressing XII," featuring "nothing i know (and then some)" by Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore.

Routine and structure, and the demolition of these well-intentioned ideals. Energy cannot be contained; it can only be converted into other forms of energy. Discarded household objects, old paintings from college, and paper with sensitive information make up the majority of materials used in the work of Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore. The two artists live four hours apart and made these pieces concomitantly. Motivated by a lack of finances and a need to reuse precious resources, this work is grounded in the present time of confusion and madness.

The exhibition is viewable 24 hours a day, June 21-28.

ICOSA Collective presents "Window Dressing XII," featuring "nothing i know (and then some)" by Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore.

Routine and structure, and the demolition of these well-intentioned ideals. Energy cannot be contained; it can only be converted into other forms of energy. Discarded household objects, old paintings from college, and paper with sensitive information make up the majority of materials used in the work of Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore. The two artists live four hours apart and made these pieces concomitantly. Motivated by a lack of finances and a need to reuse precious resources, this work is grounded in the present time of confusion and madness.

The exhibition is viewable 24 hours a day, June 21-28.

ICOSA Collective presents "Window Dressing XII," featuring "nothing i know (and then some)" by Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore.

Routine and structure, and the demolition of these well-intentioned ideals. Energy cannot be contained; it can only be converted into other forms of energy. Discarded household objects, old paintings from college, and paper with sensitive information make up the majority of materials used in the work of Hollie Brown and Jennifer Moore. The two artists live four hours apart and made these pieces concomitantly. Motivated by a lack of finances and a need to reuse precious resources, this work is grounded in the present time of confusion and madness.

The exhibition is viewable 24 hours a day, June 21-28.

WHEN

WHERE

ICOSA
916 Springdale Rd.
Bldg 2, #10
Austin, TX 78702
https://www.icosacollective.com/

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