West Thames Park project is over

April 19, 2010 at 10:05 am (art, drawing, interesting, life)

I just got a call from Karin that the park is now ready, and the construction guys have officially removed my installation around West Thames Park. In many ways, this is sort of terrible timing, because I have a show opening this Wednesday at BravinLee programs, which is the completed drawings for that project, and it would have been nice (and it was the plan) to have them both up at the same time. On the other hand, this is just the way these things go. It’s a construction site, first and foremost, and only a place to see art as a very, very distant last place. It was great to have the opportunity to have my work up there for as long as it was, and now it’s on to new things.

Including… that show I mentioned! If you’re in NYC, come to BravinLee program this Wednesday from 6-8pm and check out the full drawing in the project space (Douglas Florian in the main space!). Details:

Amy Wilson: It takes time to turn a space around
BravinLee programs, 526 W26th Street #211
April 21 – June 5
Opening: Wednesday, April 21st, 6-8pm

Hope to see you there!

2 Comments

  1. Andrew Thornton said,

    What’s going to happen to it now? Could it be installed somewhere else?

  2. Amy said,

    it gets turned into tote bags!!

    more on that soon. i promise, this will be the summer of blogging…
    just gotta finish out this week at school.

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