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  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …
  • For as much 21st century technology as is employed in the collaborative exhibition Uneasy Syzygies at the Minneapolis Institute of Art’s MAEP galleries, an aura of ancientness looms over the artwork. Perhaps it’s the use of ceramics, one of the world’s oldest art forms, or the pile of bones sitting in a bed of sand, that makes the show feel like a portal to some other past era. The nods to archaic superstitions and an exploration of one of the world’s great mysteries, dreams, also serve …