The Show

January 14, 2009

The "staircase" display when you first walk in the door.

The "staircase" display when you first walk in the door.

 I finally managed to find some time to drop by the Arsenal and take some photos of the completed piece so here they are!  I also received this link to a flickr page that RISD is maintaining for the show.  It has images of all the work in the show (in case you can’t come see it in person) and will supposedly be updated with photos from the opening at some point.  Of course these photos are not even vaguely equivalent to seeing the work in person, but it’s a good start.  And lastly, I’ve started my own YouTube Channel.  Originally I opened it just to post the one video in the previous post, but now that it’s there I might as well put other things on it!  There’s only one additional video right now, but I hope to post a couple more of both this piece and the Paper Jungle.

And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for… Installation Photos!

The final layout of stacks and piles
The final layout of stacks and piles
Broken Tiles Pile
Broken Tiles Pile
Single Broken Sheet
Single Broken Sheet
You can even see all the dirt on the fabric/tiles from people going up and down the stairs
You can even see all the dirt on the fabric/tiles from people going up and down the stairs
Post-Processualism = Archaeological Theory related to Post-Modernism
Post-Processualism = Archaeological Theory related to Post-Modernism
View from the 2nd Floor, looking down
View from the 2nd Floor, looking down
A couple of the framed pieces, scattered throughout the gallery
A couple of the framed pieces, scattered throughout the gallery
One of my favorites
One of my favorites
Some of the frames in context
Some of the frames in context
They are purposefully scattered in forgotten places
They are purposefully scattered in forgotten places
Oftentimes the forgotten spaces are unlit, making photographing the pieces quite difficult
Oftentimes the forgotten spaces are unlit, making photographing the pieces quite difficult
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One Response to “The Show”

  1. Lee Says:

    Mellisa, you’re so freaking awesome!


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