“where is the power” opens saturday, august 25, 6 – 8 pm

Curated by Terri Thornton
Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
August 25 – October 27, 2012

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“The eagerness of objects to 

be what we are afraid to do 

cannot help but move us…”  

—Frank O’Hara Interior (with Jane)

where is the power is a poetic collection of works that challenge conventions and undermine expectations through subtle gestures, associations, layered content, materials, proximity, scale, humor, personal and collective memory, intervention, presence and longing. While the strength of the exhibition is in the individual power of each work, there are shared qualities and conversations between pieces that emerge as they collectively address concepts asserted in the exhibition title.

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