Interspecies

. December 20, 2012.

 

The Gallery Project is no stranger to making you think, analyze and discover how art connects to different aspects of the world. Interspecies, an exhibition that opens with an exhibition on Friday, January 4, is the fourth time the gallery has explored science through art; this time addressing how different species communicate with one another. From humans harmonizing with humming birds to dolphins being the social butterfly of the sea, this exhibition, complete with documentaries, focuses on an interweaving harmony through everything that breathes. "We are so excited about this, because there is so much research in the subject area," says co-director Gloria Pritschet. 6-9pm. Gallery Project, 215 S. 4th Ave. 734-997-7012. www.thegalleryproject.com —SR

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