“From Pink,” exhibition space Off Lomas' second installation, will be on display through June 19.
BY SAMANTHA ANNE CARRILLO
Update 3/29: “From Pink, To Blood Red” is up early, y’all. The above, featured photo comes courtesy of the artist himself, Scott Daniel Williams, who advises that the installation is “best viewed in full wind.” That won’t be a problem. Visiting at sunrise and sunset are optimal times to glimpse a totally nontoxic cadmium-colored sky in the bargain.
Scott Daniel Williams debuts outdoor installation “From Pink, To Blood Red” at Downtown exhibition space Off Lomas (602 13th Street N.W.) on Wednesday, March 30.
Williams’ new work takes the form of 10 four-foot-by-six-foot flags. Fashioned from disaster blankets, these flags present a de-contextualized stanza of Williams’ poetry: “This Valley is filling with the blood of ghosts, and we are as close to drowning in blankets as we have ever been.”
“From Pink,” the site’s second installation, will be on display through June 19.
Get more details at: bit.ly/FromPink
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