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    Generative Art Project: denial.of.service

    The GAP presents denial.of.service's first solo exhibition in Austin, featuring six generative videos and 21 digital prints by the award-winning creator and performer whose work uses math, myth, code, software, human psychology, and alien aesthetics to "slice through cultural barriers and trigger the amygdala, releasing a cascade of emotions and memories." It's a neural-networked, glitchmapped, pixelfracking novadose of brilliance, is what it is – and highly recommended.
    Through Oct. 28. Fri., 5-9pm; Sat., 2-9pm; Sun., 1-4pm
    1621 E. Sixth #1107
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    grayDUCK Gallery: Serene Disturbance

    Listen: "Scattered along the shores of a growing lake, small volcanic rocks disintegrate from endless fractures. Left behind in the wake of a glacier’s now constant recession, these scarred tokens from the mountain show an array of colorful shards between their dark crevices." And this new exhibition by Dameon Lester is the exploration of one such rock, transmediated via modest materials and repetitive minimal shapes, abstractly focusing on our cause and effect with nature.
    Through Oct. 28
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    Link & Pin Gallery: Small Works

    The Bass Concert Hall's gallery curator Selene Bataille has chosen this diverse collection of works in various mediums by members of the Creative Arts Society.
    Through Oct. 28
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    Taking it to the Streets: A Visual History of Protest and Demonstration in Austin

    The Austin History Center's latest exhibit spotlights local efforts to create social change over the decades, including the Civil Rights and Women's Liberation movements. Residents are invited to upload personal photos of recent marches and rallies for inclusion.
    Through Oct. 28. Free.  
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    testsite: Self Storage

    Fluent~Collaborative and testsite present a collaboration with writer Rebecca Bengal and visual artist Dave Bryant, in which Bengal will present short fiction, inspired by two devastating house fires on her family’s farm, and the ways in which land forgets and remembers, and Bryant will show images reclaimed and upcycled from his storage lockers in Brooklyn and Austin.
    Through Oct. 28. Free.  
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