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Fine Line Summer Open Exhibition

Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press defines a fine line as a very small difference between two things that may seem different

There’s sometimes a very thin line between love and hate.

As a comedian, I’m always walking that fine line between humor and sarcasm(= finding a balance between them).

A fine line, for many, is also a very literal form of mark making. What is your interpretation? Is it broad? Is it literal? How do you convey meaning of the term through your visual process? Are you using it metaphorically or literally? 

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