Went to the Art Market Craft Sale last night, looking for something new and wonderful, and I found it in the ridiculously gorgeous chiffon scarves at Jungling Works, based in Drumheller. She prints fabric with her own photos of lichens, landscapes and natural patterns, and they're a wonder to behold.
The last thing I need is another scarf, and I was resisting mightily until she pulled out this golden beauty, bristling with T. rex teeth and calling my name.
I visited Phantom Wing last night, and saw this creature in the Girls' Room. My camera battery was dying so I didn't get shots of the chanting lab rats building a giant rat god in the corner, or many other things. But I'm going back tonight!
Through a series of large-scale artworks, PHANTOM WING invites 15 Artists/Collectives to explore the soon to be demolished 1960s wing of the historic King Edward School prior to redevelopment as a multidisciplinary arts hub (cSPACE).
PUBLIC OPEN DATES: SEPTEMBER 24 - 29, 2013
PHANTOM WING is a pre-demolition project exploring the 1960s wing of the historic King Edward School. A community of 15 Artists/Collectives are invited to create large-scale installations within the abandoned wing. Artists are encouraged to fully utilize the space and re-appropriate discarded materials when possible. The resulting exhibition will be both an echo and a bang: a reflection and a mirage. In essence, PHANTOM WING proposes the creation of a phantom limb – an event designed to resonate long after the building is severed from its adjoining sandstone counterpart.
For the past few weeks I've been seeing stranger and stranger combinations in my newsfeed; bats and skulls and more skulls and ghosts and unicorns and owls and gargoyles...these are all images that Facebook has kindly put together for me, the only changes I made are taking out personal information.
Scary or funny? I'm not quite sure about this recognition software thing. I'm watching you, Facebook...while you're watching me.