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Larry Ribbecke and Emily Stoneking

When: Jan. 13-Feb. 28 2017

The two glass artists, who have worked together from Ribbecke’s South End studio for 15 years, share an exhibition at Burlington’s Flynndog featuring original works that share clever thematic parallels. Ribbecke’s semi-abstract works reference figures and concepts from the timeline of quantum theory, from “A Wrinkle in Spacetime, for Rainier Weiss and Ron Drever” to “A Tale of Two Kitties, for Erwin Schrödinger.” Stoneking’s medallions are reproductions of the “Occupations of the Month,” calendar scenes created in the 12th century for Notre Dame cathedral. Not only do the artists’ works present alternative interpretations of the cosmos, but they share geographical connections: The original Occupations were fabricated in Lausanne, Switzerland, less than 50 miles from Geneva, where the European Organization for Nuclear Research operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world.

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