I’d also be remiss if I didn’t add some of these motion composites, similar to my composite commutes from 2011.
Well, it took me longer than expected to cap off the residency posts with some shots of the closing reception, but better late than never. Here are some lovely images shot during the closing by Rebecca Philio, who has shot several receptions for the Nave Gallery through the years. Myself and Jesa Damora at the
Not really a true work day, just a quick organization day to prepare for the closing reception tomorrow evening. I threw out trash, rationalized the box situation for later packing, put away cameras, pens and pencils, and collected stuff to take home tomorrow morning. Once everything was tidied up, I set out a TV and
As part of my artist grant from the Somerville Arts Council, I needed to do a project that involves the community of Somerville. Over the last couple of weeks I went to the daycare Open Center for Children on Powderhouse Boulevard and again created a large-scale work with the help of the children there. We
This evening a bunch of people came out to 72 1/2 Union Square, between The Independent and the Subway sandwich shop, to see a tiny little museum set on the wall where a payphone once stood. It’s the brainchild of Judith Klausner and Steve Pomeroy, who did a bang-up job getting it together. I have
It took ten days of whirlwind work, but I got an even dozen icosacomposites ready for the “Entering Somerville” show at the Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square. There’s a DVD playing in the gallery showing all twelve consecutively. That video is now up on Vimeo right here: Each individual video is also available, in
I was sitting at Gallery 263‘s Art/Identity show today, so I made a long bicycle trek across Somerville and Cambridge to the corner of Putnam and Pearl in Cabridgeport. On the way I found a farmer’s market in Union Square, and stopped to draw a random walk there: Continuing on, I made it to the
A new random walk done with chalk and a nice pointy stick at the junction of the Hike and Bike Trail and Cedar St in Somerville: And the time-lapse video:
I celebrated Memorial Day by taking some video footage. I set up shop near Harvard Square and Porter Square and got the raw materials for two new icosacomposites, presented herewith:
Yesterday I decided to test out a new version of my layered video pieces, and set up shop in the outdoor seating area of Davis Square in Somerville. Fifty minutes later, the footage was in the bag, and I was able to composite this video: Enjoy!