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Torqued and Twisted: Bentwood Today 

When: Oct. 29-Nov. 28 2012
Price: Free admission
Certain types of innovative art-making processes often go unnoticed. Bentwood, with its varying techniques — steaming, laminating or greenwood bending — is one of those processes. That's where Torqued and Twisted: Bentwood Today comes in. The exhibit explains the craft and features a captivating collection of contemporary furnishings and sculptural objects by renowned furniture makers and sculptors. These include the works of Frank Gehry, Matthias Pliessnig, Michael Cooper, Jeremy Holmes, Michael Jarvi, Clifton Monteith, Yuir Kobayashi, Don Miller and Michael Thonet. Held in Storrs Gallery.
— Anita Overcash


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