In <i>TLDR</i>, Artists Explore the Changing Nature of Language in a Digital World

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In TLDR, Artists Explore the Changing Nature of Language in a Digital World

The exhibition at B4BEL4B gallery peers into the influence of technology on the evolution of communication.

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The group show collects responses to police violence in various forms.

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San Francisco Latino Film Festival

At various venues.

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