A Head of Art

When I think of art, I immediately think "loin, fatback, shank, strip and sparerib." You know, overall slaughter. OK, maybe not normally, but it's hard not to when looking at Mirka Hokkanen's Manipulated, hanging through April 2 at the Continental Gallery of Deep Ellum's Continental Lofts building, 3311 Elm St. Hokkanen targets factory farming, animal testing and commercialization in her accessible, hard-hitting yet endearing multimedia exhibition. Yum. Visit pigeonstoneproject.com.
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Merritt Martin
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