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Flatlands
Jen Bruce
12.15.19 - 12.31.19

Opening reception Sunday, December 15, 6-9pm
Exhibition on view December 15—31
Gallery hours Saturdays 12—4 pm and by appointment

THINKING THAT it was time to bring down the Monarch from his raptures to the level of common sense, I determined to endeavor to open up to him some glimpses of the truth, that is to say of the nature of things in Flatland. So I began thus: “How does your Royal Highness distinguish the shapes and positions of his subjects? I for my part noticed by the sense of sight, before I entered your Kingdom, that some of your people are Lines and others Points, and that some of the Lines are larger - " “You speak of an impossibility,” interrupted the King; “you must have seen a vision; for to detect the difference between a Line and a Point by the sense of sight is, as everyone knows, in the nature of things, impossible; but it can be detected by the sense of hearing, and by the same means my shape can be exactly ascertained. Behold me - I am a Line, the longest in L…

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