Saturday, September 17, 2011

Rumble Above the Clouds exhibition - September-October 2011 - Part 2

In a previous post I discussed how I was invited to take part in the Rumble Above The Clouds group show which includes many NYC Fine Artists. I plan to show a new laser/light work. The show is located inside the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, 60th and Columbus, in Manhattan/NYC. Again, no, this is not the church which the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man crushes, but it is relatively close by.

I was asked by a few of the organizers about the visibility, quality and strength of the laser for this installation. Here is my edited response:

The laser light is modest, subtle, and contemplative. It acts more as a constellation, not an exploding star. Something that should be pointed out to others, it is not a laser that will hurt you or one that is obvious, and just marking an area. It is a spiritual light/laser, not a military one. A far off, distant star cluster. A thousand candles, a mile away. It is a rumble, not a bolt of lightning.

Below is documented image of the installation.

The opening is next Thursday, September 29th from 7-9pm