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“The Click: Visual Resonance” Photography Curated by Robert Peabody III

Opening Reception: Thursday, July 20, 5 - 9 p.m.
Show Dates: July 18 – August 12, 2006

Providence, RI (June 1, 2006) In addition to the “the Click: Visual Resonance” opening on Thursday, July 20th, Gallery Z also features a Public Art Window (24/7) dedicated to promoting awareness for various important causes. Past organizations have included the Volunteer Center of Rhode Island, American Heart Association, Sexual Assault & Trauma, breast cancer awareness, project save (Armenian Genocide) “Transparent Memory” on the Jewish Holocaust.

In affiliation with the 10th annual Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF), Professor and photographer Roger LeBrun and collage artist Julien Penrose will be exhibiting their work at the public art window of gallery Z . from 7 august till 18 september. Julien, born in Brazil, has worked in the medium of collage and sculpture for several decades now and draws on his own personal experiences for his work’s inspiration. His exhibition entitled “Life Moments” presents several of his pieces, most of which are shadow boxes or hanging sculptural arrangements, created through juxtaposing unrelated materials, salvaged objects, newsprint and magazine images, and ongoing personal journalism. His goal has been to show how ‘trash’ can be presented elegantly; to be attractive and meaningful. Roger LeBrun, currently a vector-borne disease specialist at the University of Rhode Island, was a combat medic during the Vietnam War, and captured his experiences working in small Vietnamese villages on film. His exhibition entitled “Fringes of War: Vietnam, 1969” presents his images of abandoned Amerasian children living in a Buddhist orphanage, as well as other poignant photographs of atypical non-combat war scenes. All proceeds from the sale of Roger’s prints will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.