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Internationally renowned artist Wayne Crothers, an Australian native working in Japan, will give a talk and participate in an open studio today at the Experimental Printmaking Institute, 421 Hamilton St.

An installation piece, “Repository of Forgotten Sensations,” is on display in the Williams Center for the Arts lobby.

Crothers will give a talk noon-1 p.m. in the lobby. Lunch will be provided. He then will spend the next three hours in an open studio session at EPI.

“I took my students to the Rikugien Gallery in central Tokyo to see an exhibition of Wayne Crothers’ work,” says Haruki Morokaw. “My first impression on entering the gallery was that of walking into a forest. The variously colored prints hung freely from wires. … The image on each sheet was a life-size amorphous figure, and for a moment the effect of this froze me with stirring of ancient inner fears. The friendly, and mellow voice of the artist brought me back to reality.”

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