Here are two artists working the business end of art triple time. As busy as Sunday was, I wanted to make damned sure I got down to Minds Eye Studio Art, Jennifer Gough’s studio to see her and nik harron. On a near freezing rainy night back in May, they came out to Kitchener City Hall to support my talk for my Looking Up and In show that was projected on City Hall’s tower. So, in addition to wanting to balance the cosmic art karma, it’s always good to catch up with these two and swap info on what’s happening in our creative ecosystem.
My only stop on the tour this year.
Jen’s studio is great. Working space and space to show.
nik hooked me in with the folks from Alternatives Journal to do something cool and photographic for Night\Shift, which is coming up. Art and stuff around DTK, going to be great and coming up real soon. Joe Martz and I are cooking up a dynamic photo booth down at Queen and Otto (by Centre in the Square), and we will attempt to photograph you, riding a bike, with LED’s strapped to you and the bike, *and* hopefully capture your “bike face”. Free-no-pay, bike-not-required, just show up.
In the hall.
Most awesome kaleidoscope of the year. Different patterns with ever passing bike/car/pedestrian.
Good to see you both.