“Capital Flop”: Art and Urban Economics

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April 20th, 2018

Omaha, NE—In an empty storefront in North Downtown, local artist Peter Fankhauser is at work on the upcoming exhibition, Capital Flop.  Using wooden 2″x 4″s, he’s building towering structures that will serve as the framework for some of the works to be on display starting tonight.

The show will feature several artists from Omaha, Lincoln, New York and Berlin, and various media, including image, video, sound, industrial design, and virtual reality.

The space is divided in two floors. Upstairs, a vivid and immersive soundscape.

On display on the main floor, metal sculpture from Omaha based artist, Christopher Prinz, and a virtual reality installation from Lincoln artist, Tanner Reckling. There will also be a screening and Fankhauser’s large scale digital images.

Capital Flop, organized by Peter Fankhauser, opens tonight at 6:00pm at 1310 Mike Fahey Street. The exhibition will run until May 15th with showings by appointment. For more information email pfankhauser@gmail.com.

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