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Reece Museum Exhibition Photos (ETSU Photo Lab)
entrance
Elizabethton TN Red Legacy recovery program women’s body maps lead viewers into Reece Museum Gallery C and Gallery D.
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Clinical art space “waiting room” with physicians office cabinets for harm reduction supplies (Naloxone and needle syringe information). Photos by ETSU photo lab).
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Recovery Center staff’s body maps
Gallery C
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Harm Reduction space in Gallery D
Eric Avery’s Paradise Lost linocuts overprint on vinyl banners enlargements of Durer’s 1504 The Fall of Man
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Gallery D left wall. Adam DelMarcelle silk screen prints on silk screen wallpaper installation
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Gallery D right wall. Avery woodcuts (SARS Ward) on linocut The Stuff of Life blood wallpaper
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Gallery D back wall DelMarcelle  silo projection of Avery’s Blood Test, The Big Sick Liver (HCV) and Johnson City Syringe Exchange installation
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Gallery D top wall Eric Avery and Adam DelMarcelle’s  Naloxone prints and installation. A digital count up device was turned on April 15. It advanced every 8 minutes counting number of opiate related deaths in the United States during the exhibition.
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Gallery C DelMarcelle installation My Brother’s Room.
(left) Dyer Family installation (right) DelMarcelle’s Hot Shot silkscreen.
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DelMarcelle’s Brother’s bed room door opened Black Madonna molded paper woodcut on letterpress coffin wallpaper.
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Brother’s bedroom installation
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Death by opiate overdose
clock off
Count up clock turned off by Eric Avery May 31. During 6 week exhibition the clock counted 8330 deaths. Without Medication Assisted Treatment (Methadone and Naloxone), the number would be three times higher 24990. With a baby born every 24 minutes in the United States dependent on opioids, the number born during the exhibition 2742.
Exhibit closes
May 31 2019 Epidemic exhibition closes.
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