Milk Gallery inaugures today Interstice, an installation by Andrew Thomas Huang. Los Angeles-based artist and filmmaker debuts his first solo exhibition entitled Interstice, a multi-sensory film installation and selection of digital prints inspired by lion dances, demon-warding, and occultish functions and depictions of the veil and all it has come to symbolize.
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