Sunday, August 24, 2014

Engaging the Public in Public Art: The Magnetized Child

One of the things I never saw when designing the display for #iThinkOutsideMyBox was how attractive it would be to people who are about two or three feet tall:) In this video of stop-frame animation, a child is drawn in and back a number of times, as if magnetized by the colors and shapes he sees, as I am setting up.

Thanks to photographer Andrew Lepley for this cinematic interpretation. It's clever:)

The same location at 22nd St. on the High Line by Daniela (#Columbia) 08.19.14

Monday, August 11, 2014

The #iTOMB Gallery Second Anniversary

#iTOMB Tanya 08.01.14
As we near our second anniversary on 9 September, I am reminded again of our Gallery section - artworks that I believe, if enlarged to 10'X10', would fit in well with a great deal of the work shown in the Chelsea galleries. 

Remember, all our work is on 3"X3" squares of cardboard and created by non-juried visitors to the #iThinkOutsideMyBox salon - which I think makes them all the more amazing. Take a look at the slideshow below and tell me if you don't feel the same:)

Should you like a print of any of the works shown in their original size on archival paper, we are happy to provide for a donation of $100 plus shipping and handling. Just send me an email with the caption info and number of prints desired.