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Art exhibition explores desert-inspired ‘unreal physical space’

Noor Abunaba, Staff reporter

The HBKU student center hosted “Projected Reality; In Transition,” an exhibition which displays the work of Leekyung Kang and Austin Aviles, whose art pieces go back and forth from real to unreal physical space, from Jan. 21 to 27.

Kang and Aviles are VCUarts Qatar’s artists in residence; they joined the painting and printmaking department’s fellowship program to engage in scholarly activity and research. The program allows artists to mentor university students in Qatar in addition to working on their own projects.

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