Kind of Undisputed

Opening Reception

Thursday, May 5, 2011
6:00 - 9:00 pm

Dates

May 5, 2011 - Jul 7, 2011

Gallery

Blue Star_Lab

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Kind of Undisputed - Closing Reception

Kind of Undisputed an exhibition of new work from Mat Kubo, Scott Proctor, Tim Schmidt, and Troy Stanley, curated by Techang, opens this May at Blue Star LAB. This exhibition will feature installations, performances, kinetic sculpture, and other new creations by some of the strongest up and coming artists in Texas.

"The selected artists bring a level of energy and intelligence that rivals some of Texas' best sculptors. Their impeccable craftsmanship is complimented by a clever wit and sense of humor. The work can be experiential or contemplative, interactive or distinct." -Techang

Blue Star LAB is generously made possible by Zurich International Properties.

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Troy Stanley Scott Proctor Tim Schmidt Mat Kubo
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