Providence, Rhode Island.
This amazingly illustrated map was one of the many maps that were submitted
to me at the Psy-Geo Provflux, held at the
steelyard seen on the left. Art exhibits/installations were
spread throughout the entire lot; an adobe hut, a greenhouse, many rooms
and nooks inside the warehouse. The space that i was given to do
my maps installation was a wonderful, musty room with exposed brick walls
and a long industrial sink in the center. I affixed my collection
according to different categories all around this room, and spent the
entire night - (complete with numerous coffee/processed food breaks) and
on to the morning, completing the installation. I became really
immersed in that room and felt very at home with the freedom to create
and arrange, all while the other PIPsters worked aduously on the cleaning,
arranging, and painting of the exhibition spaces. the amount of
work and care put into the show was incredible, and i am lucky to have
been able to be a part of it, to go to Providence where this map originated
from. Highlights on the map include the steel mill, some neighborhood
architecture, and a very interesting public interference on college hill.
To see other maps from the art show, go HERE.
Or visit the Provflux Web