A performance on the main stage at the Howl Festival 2013 in Tompkins Square Park, NYC, combinced with some of the art pieces from Art Around the Park.
I took my tree map public today at Art Around the Park, at the Howl Festival in Tompkins Square Park. I was torn between talking to people about the map and trees, and painting. Then the afternoon sun hit and I melted. I was surrounded by folks putting 100% of themselves to their canvas. Devote full energy to painting in the shaded Sunday morning, is my plan.
Sunday afternoon on the main stage at the Howl Festival.
Commemorating the “worst bathroom in Manhattan, ever.” Mars Bar represented at Howl Festival.
Timbila performs on the temporary Howl South Stage, where the crusty old bandshell was bulldozed in 1991. Artists paint and construct on the perimeter fence of the park. The canvas is the back side of recycled billboard ads. Artists: Identify yourselves in the comments here.
Unloading a truck load of 733 unique and individually wrapped 7x7x7 boxes, artist UJIN LEE will begin her 3 ½ hour performance art piece at 11AM in the center of Tompkins Square Park. All boxes will be individually gift-wrapped in traditional Korean fabric. The number 733 represents good luck and fortune. Once all boxes have been strategically placed, and the performance piece is ended, members of the public will be welcome to select a box and take one home.
733 boxes in 276 minutes. All was going along to plan then the young anarchists stepped in. (more…)