Collaborative map project as part of an installation of Artisan’s Asylum work in a window gallery in Davis Square
Category: dimensional art
I sketched out this idea about a month ago and didn’t get a chance to work on it until now. I’m a little constrained by my materials at the moment but I managed to make enough pieces to give a sense of what an installation would look like.
Modular Map Installation – Nighttime Display
We finally installed the modular map project yesterday afternoon, and it’s now on display for anyone who walks through Davis. It looked very minimal in the daylight, almost easy to miss, but at night the paper construction gets a little more interesting. Here’s some photos from last night: The installation will be on view only […]
Modular Map Installation – Progress
The display windows of the Davis Square CVS, which are prominently visible in the middle of the square, often house works by local artists or exhibitions relating to current events in the neighborhood. This month they will have a combination of both — an installation I’m putting together reflecting this year’s ArtBeat theme, “Migration”. I’m […]
Paper Teapots: Map and Pop-up
I’ve been very busy at the gallery lately getting everything ready for the teapot exhibition that just opened. Artists working in all different media submitted teapot sculptures both functional and conceptual. Unfortunately, and sort of ironically, I was too busy with the administrative end to have much time for my own teapots, but I made […]
Pop-up urban “Intersections” – Photos from M55 opening
I wasn’t able to attend the opening on Thursday night, but some helpful people sent me photos of the event. I’m very happy with the lighting, and it seems like there were a lot of people in attendance!
Pop-up urban “Intersections” – Installation photos
I installed the city popups at M55 yesterday, and took some quick photos of the setup. There are 4 along one wall and two by the guestbook table.