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Blouin Artinfo on And The Villagers Never Liked You Anyway

By November 6, 2014January 18th, 2019No Comments

For those looking to realize some long-quashed archaeology dreams, or just aching to literalize some metaphors, you should probably swing by Maspeth’s Knockdown Center tomorrow night for the opening of Sorry Archive’s “And The Villagers Never Liked You Anyway.” Predicated on the idea that “exhibitions are historical sites,” according to its press release, the show consists of a 10-by-10-foot dirt plot, divided into 10 sections, each of which boasts a different curator — including Brooklyn’s SIGNAL and 99¢ Plus galleries. Though the set-up alone is enough to pique our interest and then some, the further details remain a bit difficult to glean — behold the following description and excavate what meaning you can:

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