Saturday, May 02, 2009

DisCo - Disintegration Collaboration Project at The Altered Page

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"Step 2" of Seth Apter's (The Altered Page Disintegration Project (aka DisCo) arrived yesterday, May 1st as 123 artists from all over the globe gathered in spirit to photograph the 'after photographs' of their bundles.
My precious bundle (PB) has weathered most everything Mother Nature had to greet it with, including spending an evening underneath the belly of a deer. PB is now safely indoors and awaiting disection. Once complete and photographed, the next stage will be to create a lasting piece of art from PB's remnants.
Perhaps the most notable experience through this 82 day experiment was my change in attitude toward inclement weather. Instead of cursing the news of another snow storm, I was secretly clapping my hands hoping it may bring another smattering of rust across my PB!
The BeFore - February 7th, 2009

The MiDDle - April 2009

The AfTer - May 1st, 2009


Bea said...

This should be interesting!
I didn't participate but heard about it just a bit ago. I did retreive a magazine that had been out in the fire pit all winter, does that count? lol
I'm turning that into artwork.

Ginny Gaskill said...

Looks like you got some weathering. Hope good things are in the middle.

Anonymous said...

Interesting Trudi. I'm curious at the inside look :o)

nancy neva gagliano said...

oh, my, sweet baby deer!!

and i WANT YOUR's exquisite, laid out on the ground with all that earthiness in its coloring.

Anonymous said...

This looks fabulous Trudi.

Marilyn said...

This is a most interesting collaboration. Can't wait to see the results of the "reintegration".

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Thank you for your wonderful documentation in photos of your seductive bundle. I will be happy to discover the secrets your bundle has to offer. How did you get that deer photo? I have deer in my backyard also and I wonder how close they came to my bundle when it was in my small garden outside my backdoor. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen