Up on the High Life

Scientists are now saying that the average age at which a person is considered a grown-up is rising. Some say 22. Some say 26. We say never, and it looks like the good people at the Art Prostitute gallery agree with us. The latest exhibit, Low Tech High Life, features comic- and skate-style art from artists Jeremy Fish, Mel Kadel, Travis Millard and Michael Sieben. It's the style that brings out the teenager in us, and the content that makes us feel all grown up: commentary on politics, Iraq, marketing and commercialism abound. The exhibit runs through January 16 at Art Prostitute, 2919-C Main St. Gallery hours are noon to 6 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Visit artprostitute.com.
Dec. 9-Jan. 16
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Andrea Grimes
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