Update to the update

James Luna, Pink Russian, 2007   from a series on an ageing artist

James Luna, Pink Russian, 2007 from a series on an ageing artist

We are really pleased to announce that James Luna is up and about again after illness and we have rescheduled his One Day Sculpture project Urban (Almost) Rituals for 14 May 2009, 8am – 4pm.

Put it in your diary now.

To recap with a bit from my last post on James:

Urban (Almost) Rituals promises to be a multifaceted piece that will unfold in four acts over the 8 hours. As one might expect if familiar with James’s work there will be a mixture of talk, music, action and installation of objects. I don’t want to give any details away so that there will be a sense of surprise on the day.
 
If you can’t make it to Te Papa to see the project then you can watch the work online via this link www.tepapa.govt.nz/jamesluna. At the moment this link takes you to the Te Papa info page on James, but on the day, during the performance it will be a live stream.

We are also working on organising a couple of talks while James is here so stay tuned for more information about these too. One Day Sculpture will be sending out an email announcement about the project, and they do the handy text reminders the day before. You can subscribe and sign up to the One Day Sculpture reminders through their website.

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  1. charlottehuddleston

    Thanks Beaming and Music Hungry for your comments. Hope you caught the performance live or via the webstream. We will have the streaming footage up online soon. There is also the forthcoming response text that Caroline Vercoe is writing about the piece. That will be up on the One Day Sculpture site soon, and there is also The Book of One Day Sculpture which is currently being put together. I will be posting on these things when there is more news!

    charlotte

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