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Mohawk Hudson exhibit lets artists deliver their messages in unbridled, imaginative ways

“Blue Line in Winter” by Tatana Kellner is a photograph of a 350-foot-long ribbon she made from blue plastic bags and then placed in the woods.
“Blue Line in Winter” by Tatana Kellner is a photograph of a 350-foot-long ribbon she made from blue plastic bags and then placed in the woods.
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“Occupy your office. Occupy your body. Occupy everything, because while dreams can save us, we can only have them together in public.” Nato Thompson, juror for the 2012 Mohawk Hudson Regional at the University Art Museum, is a social activist. He fervently believes in the power of art to influence society and culture, and his passionate “Occupy Everything” essay in the catalog is a call to action. For more than five years, Thompson has been ...

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