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Native of the Great Lakes Region, Gabriel McIntosh was born in Detroit, Michigan and now resides in Chicago, Illinois. Both of these cities influence his work with the polar contrasts of decaying art deco buildings of Detroit to the contemporary skyscrapers of Chicago. Gabriel had his first exhibition after participating in Focus: HOPE’s Focus on the Mission photography project, showing work in Detroit in 1995. Almost a decade later he participated in two gallery exhibitions at Chicago’s MG Gallery. His photographs of Chicago’s Grant Park have been given as gifts to foreign dignitaries and guests of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. His work has also appeared on musician Dick Prall’s LP fizzlebuzzie (White Rose Recordings, 2006). Over...more


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Heather I noticed when re-reading Brave New World after reading Island that it seems like the Island could be one of those places that malcontents got sent to. Like the guy in New World getting threatened with being sent to Iceland, his buddy saying that he could be more free to pursue his non-conformity there. I don't know though, just might be trying to draw a connection where there isn't one.


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