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David Hilliard: Highway of Thought 

When: Mondays-Sundays. Continues through March 2 2012
Phone: 383-4848
watkins.edu
While David Hilliard’s panoramic triptychs often include the vast vistas of outdoor landscapes, they mostly manage to capture the wide open spaces within the subjects of his self-conscious narratives. Hilliard constructs panoramas from a series of single shots, and that treatment references the way one individual’s perspective can shift, change, or be cut through by external sensations. In so doing, Hilliard echoes how the experience of a moment can be like a staccato signal defined by periods of interference and distraction. His visit to Watkins tonight is the latest installment of the college’s Visiting Artists Series, and the artist’s talk will serve as preamble for an opening reception that will launch Highway of Thought — the artist’s exhibit in the Brownlee O. Currey Jr. Gallery.
— Joe Nolan

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