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Los Angeles-based artist Dave Muller's seventh solo exhibition at the prestigious gallery Blum & Poe opens this Friday and runs through October 27. The opening reception - which is, as always, is free, open to the public, and sure to be a lot of fun - is Friday, Sept. 28, from 6 pm to 8 pm.
Here's what Blum & Poe has to say about the exhibit: "Presented as a musical timeline from 1962 to 1970, the exhibition aurally and visually chronicles the Top 100 hits from each of those years through nine rooms within the exhibition. Utilizing computers as jukeboxes, Muller conjures brief moments of time travel, letting each song relive part of its former life. Dave Muller is endlessly fascinated with music in all its forms and everything it permeates, from the graphic residue that is the subject of his artwork - record sleeves, CD cases, disco balls, iPods - to his curatorial role as a deejay. His work is a visual depiction of his musical obsession, charting how music infiltrates and shapes our realities and serving as a portrait of its cultural impact."