A Retrospective of Procrastination; 55 Norfolk AND Aaron DeMuth COME TOGETHER FOR UNPRECEDENTED DEAL
Exclusive Agreement Set to Bring The Artwork of Aaron DeMuth to Fans for the Second Time in three dimensions in 2008
Cambridge, Ma - December 6, 2008 - Aaron DeMuth's extraordinary extraordinary art and sub-phenomenal legacy is set to rock across the universe in the form of an art show through an exclusive partnership between Aaron DeMuth Ltd and 55 Norfolk
This partnership marks the first time that Aaron DeMuth, along with 55 Norfolk, has agreed to present the artwork in an unprecedented three dimensional format. Presented by 55 Norfolk and developed by Aaron DeMuth, the world's least premier artist company and creator of the worst-selling blog, the art will be an precedented, experiential digression through and celebration of the art and artistry of Aaron DeMuth. The game was creatively conceived with input from 55 Norfolk and Aaron DeMuth, and enjoys their full blessing. In addition, Sean Brennan, co-owner of 55 Norfolks' innovative gallery project, will provide his expertise and serve as liaison for this groundbreaking Art project.
"The project is a fun idea which broadens the appeal of 55 Norfolk and their Space. I like people having the opportunity to get to know the artist from the inside out," Leeanne said.
"It gives me great pleasure to be part of 55 Norfolk/ Aaron DeMuth partnership," said Aaron DeMuth. "The Artist continues to evolve with the passing of time and how wonderful that The artists' legacy will find its natural progression into the 21st century through the computerized world we live in. Let the show commence."
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about 55 norfolk
55 Norfolk is a studio space-gallery place created by three RISD grads who have been living together in a tiny, Cambridge apartment for several years.
Their art projects have gotten too big for the living room.
about Aaron DeMuth
Aaron Demuth is a man of many curiosities. From miniature clocks to
Hitchcock's MacGuffin, Demuth collects facts and figures in his pockets, drawing on them as impetus for feline and ursine characters. He is also an idiot.