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"Equal Parts" Investigates Identity and Offers Refreshing Inclusiveness at Frontal Lobe

What is it that makes us different from one another? How do we define ourselves in relation to others? These expansive questions are probed by the 22 artists participating in "Equal Parts," currently on view at Frontal Lobe Community Space and Gallery. Co-curated by Amanda Adkins and Ashley Macias, the exhibition explores identity through a fairly broad scope. This inclusiveness is refreshing, but while we feel like many works fully engage with the dialogic threads of the exhibition, others simply glaze over the inherent politicality of identity.

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Mikey Estes
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