‘Multiplicity’ @ Louisville Visual Artists Collective

Through Jan. 7

Louisville Visual Artists Collective
2932 Cleveland Blvd.

The new gallery at the Louisville Visual Artists Collective is featuring an exhibit illustrating the theme “more is more.” Gallery founder and director Keith Linton explains that the 14 artists, including Jeremy Dixon and Eddie Santiago, “investigate multiple frames and parts, multiple aspects of the same subject, and multiple points of view.” The building near Zorn Avenue, with past lives as a plantation house and chemical factory, now has its walls and floor covered in paintings, photography and sculpture. “Many of the artists in this exhibition have expanded the idea of multiplicity by creating series, sequences and images that comprise numerous parts,” he says. “They explore repetition, pairing and variations on a theme as artistic strategies.”  The closing reception is Friday, Jan. 7. —Jo Anne Triplett

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