Monday, September 7, 2009

Less of a Chartres Vibe, More Like Feeding Frenzy

Well, that went pretty much according to plan, except for the 4-hour installation (it would have been longer - probably impossible - without the help of renaissance dude Michael Gomez-Burton who also shot some of these photos) and the fact that the piece wasn't as space-filling as I thought, and kept tearing, and partially collapsed before I got to the opening/happening. But since I didn't actually have a plan, it's safe to say it went "like clockwork". Here's a self-explanatory series of photos depicting the installation/performance/cleanup. Thanks to everyone who came, especially the 41 people who purchased a slice of history.

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