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In January 2009, GALLERY CRAWL checks out the San Francisco Dump's Artist-In-Residence program, interviewing sculptor and installation artist, Christine Lee and collage artist David King about their residencies. For her LINEAR ELEMENTS exhibition, Lee produced several sculptural pieces including a group of benches for the courtyard outside the program's studio/gallery fabricated out of reclaimed wood and concrete. King, normally a 2-D artist, decided to use the materials he found in San Francisco's waste stream to produce Atoms, SATELLITES AND OTHER ORBS. We also visited with Portland-based artist and animator Lori Damiano to discuss her exhibition, MOUNTAIN TIME at San Francisco's University High School, a private school located in the Pacific Heights neighborhood.

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