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FARMINGTON The University of Maine at Farmington kicks off the semester with an exhibit at the UMF Art Gallery by Jesse Potts, sculptor, artist and UMF assistant professor of art. 'Hot Dust' is a collection of sculptures, prints, and animated installations and is on display from Jan. 28 through March 6. Free and open to the public, the exhibit will feature an opening reception 5-7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 28.

The works in this exhibit explore the intersection of place, memory and time. They emerged from a meditation on the meaning of 'home' and the ways that 'home' shifts based on one's perception of its permanence or transience. In the studio, the artist questions how the memory of an experience is organized through its relationship to a place and time. How might those memories be mutated, overwritten or erased by time?

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