Really great talk by Adam Savage, host of Mythbusters, detailing his very thorough creative process through two personal projects – sculpting and casting a Dodo bird skeleton, and creating a replica of the Maltese Falcon.
Paul’s practise draws parallels between the natural and man-made world, combining what’s left of the lives of animals following their deaths with that of humans. Imagining a post-apocalyptic planet, Paul’s work concentrates on depicting what the world might look like when void of any life.
This two-part book features Heather Close, Patrick Close, Eric Moschopedis, Mia Rushton, Iran do Espirito Santo, Colleen O’Reilly, Hannah Doerkson, Caitlind r.c. Brown, Sarah van Sloten, Andrea Williamson, Graham Krenz, Chris Cran, Tyler Los-Jones, Larissa Tiggelers, Matthew Mark, Nate McLeod, Cassandra Paul, and Mireille Perron
Each issue also contains a one of a kind drawing by Sarah van Sloten! See a few of the drawings below.
It can be purchased this Friday, September 16th, at Haight Gallery during the opening reception for Sarah Smalik‘s My Father, The Sun & The Hungry Ghosts, from 7-11 PM. It will also be available at Haight during regular gallery hours, Saturdays from noon – 5, for the remainder of the month.