Final Artist Hours: Sun Nov 6, 5-6:30pm, Traces of Wind and Water
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Hi All!
QUIZ:  What's one good thing about the clocks being set back this weekend and it becoming dark earlier?
ANSWER:  Outdoor video projections can be seen at 5pm!

So please join me for my final "artist hours," an informal Q&A for my Boston AIR public art video installation, Traces of Wind and Water  this Sunday!

Sunday - November 6, 5 pm - 6:30 pm  
On public view nightly, Dusk - 11pm, through Nov 14.

Meet on the corner near 531 Columbia Rd, Dorchester, MA 02125 (outdoor event).
Free and open to the public. 
RSVPs optional but encouraged.
Parking and directions

I hope you can make it Sunday or the closing event on Monday, November 14. I'd love to hear your thoughts!


Please share!  #BostonAIR 

Altering the City: Video Landscape

Traces of Wind and Water

A video installation by Georgie Friedman
City of Boston, Artist in Residence | Boston AIR 2016

Georgie Friedman, Traces of Wind and Water, Site-specific video installation, Strand Theatre, Dorchester, MA, 2016

October 13 - November 14, 2016
Nightly, Dusk to 11pm

Outside, on the upper, brick, south-facing wall
543 Columbia Rd, Dorchester, MA 02125

Best seen near 531 Columbia Rd & Hancock St, Dorchester, MA 02125 
Google street view


Monday, November 14 | Strand Theatre | Open to the public


Traces of Wind and Water
Two-channel, site-specific, outdoor, video installation on existing architecture
Strand Theatre, Dorchester, MA
Boston AIR (Artist-in-Residence) project
Projection area: 32' tall x 93' wide (approx.)
49 min (looped, no audio)

This video installation is made up of three sections: one section visually replants large trees on the site, their swaying tops visible from the street below; another transforms the Strand into an architectural/natural waterfall with a constant flow; and in the third, wild grasses spring up and dance in the wind.  MORE INFO


This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts and is made possible through the Boston Artists in Residence Program of the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture in collaboration with the Department of Neighborhood Development and the Parks and Recreation Department

Additional support was generously provided by luminArtz of Boston, MA.

Boston AIR   |  

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