Like many North American cities, the so-called “free-trade” pacts, globalism, and corporate capitalism have left scars on this city by the great Lake Erie, so-named Erie.
A maritime beacon awash in the
A new mural project from Rafael Gerlich aka SatOne brings the idea of recovering from the storm, looking through what is remaining for the clues to the future. Calling this new 12,000 square foot mural “Flotsam” you can see a parallel between the what can be recovered after a natural storm and a man-made one.
The Venezuelan living in Germany began with graffiti in the nineties but now more often swims in the seas of abstraction, directing large storms of his own, splashing walls with color and story for you to float upon.
Here on Erie Bay leading from the city of Erie, the maritime mixes with the futuretime, a stirring presentation for the city and the enormous, the great, lake before it.
Artist: Sat One
Location: Observation deck of Dobbin`s Landing, Erie,
Curated by: Iryna Kanishcheva
Funded by: Erie Arts & Culture and Erie-Western PA Port Authority