Andrew Hosner at Thinkspace Gallery could have gotten a little nervous when he saw pics of the new 3-dimensional back skirt that Imminent Disaster was making in Brooklyn for the show that opens tomorrow in L.A.
In fact, even Miss D. wasn’t sure how she was going to ship it when we saw her making it in the studio.
But, new pictures reveal that the cut-paper sculpture made it and today’s progress looks like the show will open tomorrow night with no hitches or stitches.
Armsrock and Imminent D. have been taking over the gallery with their theme of refuge, referring to the millions of people on earth who are pushed from their homes by political persecution or war or environmental disaster.
Looking at some of the first images, one cannot help think of the temporary housing that we have seen set up for victims of recent earthquakes.
Of the transformation of the gallery, Hosner says, “Man, they are going to town. The space looks epic.”
See Imminent Disaster’s preparation in the studio HERE
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Armsrock & Imminent Disaster ‘Refuge’
4210 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90029
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