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On Today 

When: Sept. 2-Oct. 1 2016


It's a two-for-one at this First Friday opening reception at Lump, which shares a Blount Street space with Flanders Gallery. Lump's twenty-first season begins with Louis Watts's exhibit On Today, running through the month of September. It features very many charcoal drawings of a single form, as Watts seeks the moments of serendipity and grace that can emerge from the diligent application of tedium and routine. As an alternate title, we might suggest "Sixty-Four Ways of Looking at a Rectangle (Shout-out to Kazimir Malevich)." Meanwhile, over in Flanders, bathe in Lile Stephens's Synesthesia. It's an homage to minimalist master Steve Reich in light-emitting diodes, the phases of which you can also listen to through headphones. See (and hear) the light until October. —Brian Howe

6–9 p.m., free, www.teamlump.org

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