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Phrases like this: “I heard a fly buzz when I died.” Thornton is one of six North Texas artists contributing to Art Tooth’s exhibition titled “Mind the Gap.” “Up until this point we’ve done a lot of really interesting shows,” says Aimee Cardoso, one of the founding members of Art Tooth.“But we haven’t necessarily done a show with a lot of political background to it.” Art Tooth has hosted an exhibition just about every month for the past six months.So I do kind of want to put a little pressure on other institutions to be a little bit more generous.” Artists can apply for the micro-grant starting Saturday at the show. Interested in applying for Art Tooth’s Micro-grant?

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The group has raised $5,000, and will award it to one North Texas artist.

The artists in this weekend’s show will select the winner.

After “Mind the Gap” Art Tooth presents installation artist Sean Miller at FW Blackhouse.

Finally, Art Tooth will be driving a party bus to Spring Gallery Night presented by the Fort Worth Art Dealers Association.“Honestly we just wanted to get some pretty established artist that have a lot to say about the social community and just put it under the guise of like, ‘what’s going on right now in the world? For this show, Thornton and her fellow artists appropriated existing works – or at least put them into new contexts – to highlight social issues.For example, Fort Worth’s Christopher Blay uses a Richard Pryor routine and 1970s police publicity slides to take on police brutality and racial bias.Preferring a 'less is more' environment devoid of typical event trappings.Gone are the name-tags, shouting and over-the-top party trimmings.” To get you to consider those questions, Sarradet’s piece includes a questionnaire about your digital footprint and video of presidential campaign ads.

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