Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Some installation shots

The title wall at Temple gallery.

Dear friends:
Some pictures from the installation at Temple gallery. They are preparing the space to receive works by Barthélémy Toguo, the Danish collective Superflex, Carl Pope, Thomas Kilpper, and the Korean-American duo YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES. On this blog I have interviewed most of them. Pope and Swoon will also have works in different sites in North Philadelphia. Sheryl Conkelton has been corresponding with the artists in order to define their projects, and Shayna McConville has been very busy project-managing the ensemble.

The kiosk for Francesc Ruiz's installation is almost ready.

And the newspapers and magazines arrived today!

YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES will show a text-based Flash animation with sound, projected on a large screen.

Thomas Kilpper's video being installed.

Regina Silveira arrived today. The installation at Moore is looking great.
Paul Morrison's piece is coming up on 20th street, and the walls for Virgil marti's wallpaper installation are being prepared. More to report tomorrow.

Vinyl expert Gibbs talks with Eduardo, Regina's assistant.

A general view of the Paley gallery.

The bugs look great on the terrazzo floor!

Two panels from Paul Morrison's Haustorium are already installed.

The entire wall will be covered with his stenciled mural.

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