…not Annette Messanger, but maybe even better

Ian, aka my lovely model, and I went and played tourist-with-a-purpose in search of the Ed McCullough sculpture, Song to Celan, on campus yesterday.

 

\o/

 

Ian standing in front of Song for Celan

 

me in front of Song for Celan 

(I’m so not as cute as Ian. *sulk*  That’s why he’s my model, right?)

 

Inside of Song of Celan

 

See, isn’t it shiny?

 

Ed is awesome and shiny and I love him muchly.

 

In squid-art news, I finished my piece for the ArtWear show.  I don’t have great pictures taken of it yet, but here are some preliminary pictures of it.

 

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The idea behind it is an intersection between pierott from comedia dell’arte, a circus acrobat/clown, and kinda gestural to Prophecy with its crow-like angelic beings.  It’s deconstructed and destroyed.  I like it.

 

And, it jingles!  \o/

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