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"Ghost of a Dream," critiqued by Omar V.

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Omar, a member of the GAAH Press Club, visited ArtPrize and wrote about a his responses to "Ghost of a Dream: and The InBetween."
Detail of "Ghost of a Dream."

Detail of "Ghost of a Dream." /GAAH Press Club

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Detail of "The Inbetween."

Detail of "The Inbetween." /GAAH Press Club

On Sunday, October 1, The GAAH Press Club visited ArtPrize and each wrote a review of a work of art that they found particularly interesting. The following is Omar's review of an artwork.

I saw a sculpture called "Ghost of a Dream," by Lauren Was and Adam Eckstrom at the UICA. The artwork was made of lottery tickets and it was a huge sculpture. It was from the floor to mid-ceiling. It was funny because it said "Maybe Next Time" in big letters on the top. I think it is a sculpture because it is a sculpture. It is also creative and it is original.

An art piece I thought was weird was "The Inbetween," by Zach Mory. It was all different and so funny. It was at the Women's City Club, but it is still art.

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