An exhibition by Chris Lee
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Chris Lee: Immutable—Mutant Notations

November 15–December 22, 2018

Immutable—Mutant Notations is an exhibition about graphic design and power. It stems from a research project by graphic designer and educator Chris Lee on the history of currency and typography. For this exhibition, he transforms our gallery space into a kind of exploded book. “When you take pictures of these walls,” he suggests, “they become page layouts for a mutant publication about the history of graphic design.”

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opening reception
First Friday, December 7, 7–9pm

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Extra Credit: “Notes on notes”

Saturday, December 8, 2018, 3–5pm

Join us for an afternoon of notes on notes, touching on subjects ranging from standardization to typography, maps, measures, and colonization. Featuring an exhibition walkthrough with Chris Lee and a sound-based workshop with Colin Tucker.

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Press for Your Utica Station

Our art-in-transit project Your Utica Station was recently featured in local media:

“New public art project to inspire transit riders” on WBFO News

“Artwork on display at Utica Station” on News 4 WIVB

Tyshaun Tyson’s artwork The Commute on the cover of The Public

Now on view

Have you seen Your Utica Station lately? The artworks will be up through the end of this year.

We’re closed tomorrow, December 6. Happy Thursday!
Thank you:
El Museo’s activities are supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the County of Erie, County Executive Mark Poloncarz, and Erie County Legislators, the City of Buffalo and Mayor Byron Brown, Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, the Western New York Foundation, Give for Greatness, M&T Bank, and the continued generosity of our members and donors.
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