Thanks to everyone for supporting me, the Arts and coming out on a warm, drizzly night.
It was so much fun!
Posted in Art, Art Shows, Community Arts Activism, Ingrid Dabringer Art, Process
Tagged Art, installation, NBOG, Nuit Blanche 2014, Nuit Blanche 2014 Ottawa+Gatineau, Ottawa, Parkdale Playground, Wellington Village
Seung_Hwan Oh | Impermanence.
The visual result of the symbiosis between film matter and organic matter is the conceptual origin of this body of work.
The process involves the cultivation of emulsion consuming microbes on a visual environment created through portraits and a physical environment composed of developed film immersed in water. As the microbes consume light-sensitive chemical over the course of months or years, the silver halides destabilize, obfuscating the legibility of foreground, background, and scale. This creates an aesthetic of entangled creation and destruction that inevitably is ephemeral, and results in complete disintegration of the film so that it can only be delicately digitized before it is consumed.
Hello All Y’all!!!
Last chance to donate to the Kickstarter campaign for Invisible Landscapes.
What is Invisible Landscapes & Why?
Don’t forget to come down and hang-out on Saturday, September 20th at Wellington Village’s Parkdale Playground in Ottawa West.
See you there and thanks for all of your support.
Posted in Art, Humanity, Maps, Process, Uncategorized
Tagged Art, contours, Fine Art, installation, landscapes, Maps, NBOG, Nuit Blanche Ottawa/Gatineau 2014, topography, urban weavings, weavings
22 Days left to collect funds!!!
I’ve raised $1660 of $5000 total.
That is 33% of total.
Funds yet to raise = $3340.
I have 14 Backers.
217 Views of the Project Video.
Wee Story about the video example:
I wanted to show Nuit Blanche how the lines in Invisible Landscapes would change as you pass through it. So, I did some renegade mid-night weaving at a location close to the Ottawa River. Then when I was done I decided that I should know how durable it is. I had my boys throw themselves at it to gauge it’s strength. So, apart from being diaphonous and playful, it’s also very bouncy and strong.
And, funny story, I just got a pledge from a bicyclist who passes through those gates every day on his way to work and wondered, “Who put this here?” I’m glad he pledged and thinks I’m adding to the community. It’s exciting.
Thanks for all of the pledges – keep ’em coming!