To create the more than 60 painted, collaged and mixed media pieces that make up Joshua Spiceland's latest installation, The Time Machine, the innovative local artist “sifted through recent and cherished vintage sketchbooks to create a world of pattern, rich color and metaphor,” according to a press release. The show is characterized by Spiceland's eclectic and dreamlike merging of stylistic tendencies, symbolism, texts and influences from vastly different times and places. Spiceland's The Time Machine opens at The Satellite Gallery on Friday, Feb. 7, from 7-10 p.m. The show runs through March 23. thesatellitegallery.com. Image of “Census,” courtesy of the artist
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