What happens when you paint on top of vibrant projections during a light but steady rain? Water colors.
At the Joan Hiasoka Arts Gallery‘s show, Implicit Bias
The experience was surreal even before I got to the location. Late… very late… wiping off rain drops to get the response from my phone that might summon an Uber… struggling to communicate the right pickup location to a driver possessing little command of either English or DC navigation… seeing the refracted display of time slipping by through rain-streaked glasses. Then she appeared around the corner, floating above traffic toward the intersection where I just arrived. I exited my Uber chariot to begin the next leg of a surreal trip into her dream.
Curtain of Cranes – photographed at the Joan Hisaoka Gallery and Smith Center for the Healting Arts.
This year I had a team of photographers covering Art All Night with me, so I had the opportunity to slow down and focus on a few performances, exhibitions and installations. I will be posting individual blogs delving deeper into each of these subjects but, for now, here is a overview of them all.