Art Hounds: Scott Nedrelow, Black Label Movement, and a quartet that specializes in the new

An image from "Let's Talk About Sex" by Black Label Movement. (Courtesy of Black Label Movement)

This week, a painter who explores light using photographic materials, a dance company inspired by issues, and an ensemble devoted to today's compositions.

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Music theory masters student Anna Nelson appreciates the gusto and rigor with which the Arditti Quartet tackles new music. The Arditti Quartet is performing at the MacPhail School of Music's Antonello Hall on Friday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m.

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Painter Scott Nedrelow's latest exhibition, "Afterlight," hangs at the David Petersen Gallery in Minneapolis through April 5. Artist, curator and writer Nathaniel Smith says it made him think deeply about how our eyes perceive light. Nedrelow uses photographic materials to paint extremely subtle images on large scale photographic paper.


Dancer, choreographer and art teacher Anat Shinar applauds the Minneapolis dance company Black Label Movement for using dance to investigate a spectrum of topic areas and ideas. It's upcoming concert at the Cowles Center in Minneapolis features the world premiere of a new work inspired by bees, entitled "Hive." Mar. 27-29 at 8 p.m.

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