The WEDLOCK Project
Part Two: PDA (Public Displays of Acceptance)

The WEDLOCK Project Announces Part I: ENGAGEMENT

SPACE 242, Boston’s Low Brow Destination, proudly announces its September exhibition, the world premiere of THE WEDLOCK PROJECT, Confronting Perceptions of Same-Sex Marriage Through Visual, Performance, & Public Art, with Part 1 of 3: ENGAGEMENT.

Artist team TTBaum and Michael Grohall present the multi-media exhibition Engagement that marks the beginning of The Wedlock Project. Engagement includes the photo series Bound To, the performance piece Romeos, and interactive elements. Further, invited guest artists Jay Critchley, Nathaniel Fink, Brian Halligan, Killer Banshee Studios, and Luanne E. Witkowski present their own variations on the definition of “engagement” through video installation, photography, graphite drawings and conceptual work.

The exhibition runs September 25 through October 23, 2009, with an opening reception and live performance Friday, September 25, from 6-8pm in Boston’s South End. The artists will host an artist talk on Tuesday, October 20, 7-8pm. RSVP is required for either event at

Regular gallery hours are Friday evenings, 6:30-8:00pm, and by appointment.

No RSVP necessary for gallery hours.

THE WEDLOCK PROJECT: ENGAGEMENT is sponsored in part by The Weekly Dig, ArtScope Magazine, and Too Fabulous For Words.

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