Flier of the Week: Glochids (Allison Karow Art Show)

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I usually try to leave anything semi-art related to Arty Girl, but I this flier for a show at Trunk Space by Allison Karow, which also features music from The Glowchids, really caught my eye. I can't vouch for Karow's work (our print edition ran this on her) but I dig the flier. What's that creature called again? I forget, but it's cool anyway. Glochids are your usual ambient gallery opening fare but I wasn't the least bit annoyed with their sound through three songs on their MySpace, which speaks will of them.

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