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      October 30, 2020

      Friday   7:00 PM

      167 West Main Street
      Lexington, Kentucky 40507

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      How Does It Feel? Commodities and Affects in Digital Space

      A one night screening of short films that explore the intersection of personal feeling, consumption, and digital affect. Through the work of several artists working in digital film, the exhibition will present new ways that digital media both facilitates and manipulates the individual experience. Curated by Aaron Reynolds and featuring work by Alex Turvey, Kate Cooper, Cole Lu, Jillian Mayer, and more. For the safety and wellbeing of all event attendees, masks and social distancing will be required (approximately 6 feet of distance between parties/groups/households). All attendees will have their temperature taken upon entering the building. Contact information (telephone and email) is required as part of ticket reservation for public health safety and accountability. Adult - $0.00

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