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An Interlude to Stillness

Wow. I missed Waiting for Godot, but I have got to check this out:

Art In Action!: Site #23: Sean Derry “An Interlude To Stillness” 300 N.Broad (@ Bienville), Mid-City

ArtInAction is pleased to announce the premier of Pittsburgh-based artist Sean Derry’s public art installation “An Interlude to Stillness” (please visit The project will installed November 13th through the 17th in the front parking lot of the abandoned Robért Market at 300 N. Broad. Realization of the project will culminate two years of the artist’s work sewing inflatable sculptures from second hand bed sheets in an attempt to re-animate the abandoned parking lot. With the help of volunteers, 35 multi-colored balloon automobiles will be inflated by a network of handmade air pumps powered by motorbikes. [emphasis added]

More at Art in Action. What with the fake submerged house in Bayou St. John last week, it’s good to see that life in Mid-City isn’t getting any less surreal.

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