One of the pieces in my show “A Difference of 8 Protons” up at Bromfield Gallery through the month of March is an ephemeral installation piece involving dry ice and glass. As a record of the piece, I have taken time-lapse videos of the installation at a few different angles and have them up in
I’d like to slip these photos in here, as a teaser for what’s coming up on March 4th: The full details are here:
More commutes going up! As I’m getting to know how the suction cup mount works, I’m discovering that the “gorilla” interlocking system is not as amazingly strong as its name would imply. So for three of these commutes, the mount shifted during the time-lapse. The first time, going to the Cape on Monday, was fine.
I’d also be remiss if I didn’t add some of these motion composites, similar to my composite commutes from 2011.
First of all, an interview of me, conducted by Jesa Damora of FunnelCake Marketing, while I was cross-stitching the Charles River basin during the opening at Bromfield on 11 July 2014: Also, some pictures!
I went down to the gallery today and got some pictures of my needlepoint rivers as installed. The show looks great! The opening is on Friday the 11th, please come if you can.
I’ll be in a show at Bromfield Gallery next month called Black and White, and have been preparing a large series of work for the occasion. Today I framed everything, so everything’s ready to go. Here’s another quick shot of what’s coming:
At long last, the skygrid is done. A year ago, I started the process to capture an image of the zenith sky every two minutes from 4 in the morning until 9 at night. Today the Sun crossed back into the sky of the Northern Hemisphere, and the camera on my porch took the last
This marks the second-to-last skygrid of the year… the equinox is coming swiftly, and the entire year will be complete on March 20th. Click to embiggen:
Another skygrid goes up. The hourglass shape is really starting to develop. Only about 45 more days left until the equinox.