Sunday, August 10, 2008

High Art in a low art state

A burnt out warehouse in Sea lots, Port of Spain as Red Black and White (depending on the changing sky), Trinidad West Indies

Both Adele and the bookman have conceptualized a public installation using an existing structure which is to be wrapped with red cord or rope. The proposed site is a burned out warehouse where only the steel rafters are still intact. The task would be to wrap the structure completely. The upper installation would be complemented by a reflective pool that extended the length of the structure.The piece could set Trinidad into the world of contemporary art if only a vision towards these sorts of projects exists.

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