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In Significance

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Atlanta artist Pandra Williams presented a complex and meditative study in the biology of technology (and vice versa) with her moody installation "Radicis," one of the standout pieces in her exceptional joint show IN SIGNIFICANCE with Annette Gates at the Westside's Kiang Gallery last spring. "Radicis" — a pulsing combination of handmade porcelain sculptures, laminated mulberry paper, 465 LED lights, solar panels and a battery bank — was arresting in its tranquility. Gates and Williams' collaborative piece "Paradox" was a three-dimensional romp through the circle of life. They say you are what you eat, and humans are consuming technology at a ferocious pace. In Significance slowed its audience down enough so it could take a deep breath and chew on notions of origin, evolution and interaction. 1011-A Marietta St. 404-892-5477. www.kiang-gallery.com.

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