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Other Nature / Log at Lump 

When: Fri., May 5, 6-9 p.m. 2017
Price: free

This First Friday brings a pair of worthwhile opening receptions at Lump, which is plunging boldly onward in 2017 under the new leadership of Kelly McChesney. In Other Nature, curated by Orvokki and Jerstin Crosby, artists from New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, and Chapel Hill explore our mediated relationship with the natural world through a variety of mediums, from video to collage, as you can see in Ippis Halme's verdant, verge-of-abstraction "Untitled (the Green Jungle)." Also, the ongoing Lump residency by LOG, which the INDY reported on recently ("How Green Was My Gallery," March 29), unveils the last in a three-part series of conceptual exhibits. Data Plan for a Preserving Machine is a group show featuring Elizabeth Ferry, Takashi Horisaki, and William Paul Thomas, and it's your last chance to see LOG at Lump before it decamps in search of the kind of untraditional space it was born in. Other Nature runs through June 24, while LOG sticks around through May 27. —Brian Howe

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