We then somehow walked through the exit doors into the AIMA exhibition. Where you are suppose to vote for the best out of the 4 photographers. I had to see them all first. So I did voted on line instead.
I was very excited to see how Hito Steyerl
was displaying his large format metal images. and also how he very blatantly illustrates the use of metal within the photography medium. I still think when done properly it will be is a lasting media to work with.
Full steam ahead.
The Native installation was inspirational because I just bought a bunch of dyes that will be painted on fabric, eventually to become a kimono.
When studying the drawings on the wall I noticed pencil marks that seem to looked like a mistake because they were not visable anywhere else in the instalation. Brad said to me later that, " in fact the natives do put mistakes into their art so the negative spirits have an entrance and exit".
Makes sense to me.
Stopped in at the Village Idiot for a pint and to witness a fire at the grange just to top off the afternoon acton in the city.
A bit of Negative with the Positive for to make a nice day in November.