This is a long overdue post.
A couple weeks ago, the Dumpster premiered at the Dumbo Arts Festival. Making it all come together was quite an effort. What I am amazed at most was how many good people were nothing short of vital to that effort. I come away from the completion of this installation humbled and feeling very lucky to have the support I do.
Objects will still be posted daily, and the Dumpster will have a new Brooklyn location soon. Ironing out the details, announcement to follow.
Here are some pictures from the Dumbo Arts Festival:
|That's the roof designed by Fleetwood Fernandez (http://www.fleetwoodfernandez.com/) and fabricated by Juan Alfaro (http://www.juanalfarodesign.com/).|
|There was a fantastic turnout. Lots of people came through.|
|I really like my door. I had very little to do with that.|
|This is actually just the calibration pattern for the projectors. I think it looks wicked cool, and kind of made a lot of sense with the Dumpster.|
(photo by Kacy Jahanbinini: http://www.kacyjahanbini.com/)
|Here I am in the Dumpster. I look tired. Or maybe just old. Or both. Well, whatever it is, it's what I look like in a place Oisin and I made. Thanks for the shot, Maggie. (photo by Maggie Soladay http://www.maggiesoladay.com/)|