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"Untitled (kite at sunset)" by Miguel Arzabe

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Are you stressed by all the frigid weather accompanied by buckets of snow?

Drop by the Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries at Wright State University for a little rest and relaxation. The “Above and Below” show features the work of four artists: Miguel Arzabe, Nina Rizzo, Amy Sacksteder and Benjamin Gardner. But the art that allows for maximum Zen time are video compilations by Arzabe, who grew up in Centerville and now lives in San Francisco, Calif.

He has created a 23-minute loop of two videos: one an oversized orange circle kite that drifts and dances on the horizon in myriad locations, and the other a huge orange ball that interacts with various landscapes. There is no music other than the sound of the great outdoors: wind, rain and flowing streams.

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