Saturday-April 30th-Uncool: Wickerham & Lomax

April 2-30

I frequently think back to Daniel Wickerham and Malcolm Lomax's extra-dystopian Baltimore-set television/web series "Boy’dega" in their winning installation at last year's Sondheim finalists show—and also what they might be working on with the help of that $25,000 fellowship they won as a result. So I'm stoked to see this exhibition, curated by performance art collective LabBodies (also check out their temporary installation on Penn Station Plaza, "Dark City," opening April 1 and ongoing throughout the month), showcasing 10 new digital paintings about the props pulled from "Boy’dega," which they continue to develop. To give you an idea, the poster for this show features a lil CGI vibrator smoking a cigarette through a pair of black and orange lips. "Uncool" runs in conjuction with the eminent visual overload of Light City, but this is a kind of maximalism I look forward to drowning in. Opening reception 7-9 p.m. April 2, Terrault Contemporary, 1515 Guilford Ave., (336) 707-5511,, free. (Maura Callahan)

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