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Lisa Dahl
Trickle Down
July 2 – August 28, 2010

The houses of Trickle Down float on an invisible plane arranged into neighborhoods based on the first American suburb, Levittown. Above them is their means of suspension – an even matrix of fishing line creating a hard downpour; below is a green lawn of shredded US currency. Named after the theory that made Reaganomics infamous, the installation's cookie cutter houses are constructed from the security envelopes of financial institutions, like the very ones that helped contribute to the recent real estate bust.

During the course of the exhibition, every hour on the hour from 1-8 pm, stop by the gallery to see a special event, Market Fluctuations, which will add an unexpected element to the installation.

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Trickle Down, 1.5”W x 2”L x 2”H (each), security envelopes, fishing line, shredded money, 2010
Other Gallery Locations: > BRUNSWICK > NEW YORK