Transformation

It started as a Facebook post, a particularily hairy morning of the domestic variety and by 9.20 I was wondering which I needed–a shot of something in my cappuchino or some funny cat videos. This created the perfect opportunity to try out the transformative power of art that we hear so much about. An extra sweater some art materials...

 (A total aside on buying art materials - apart form the cost this can be a highlight, you feel all  arty  making your important color choices etc, you come away with a bag of goodies and for once the potential of the work has actually gone up, and all this while postponing any actual wrangling of artistic decisions or facing that dreaded gap between expectation and realization.)

(A total aside on buying art materials - apart form the cost this can be a highlight, you feel all arty making your important color choices etc, you come away with a bag of goodies and for once the potential of the work has actually gone up, and all this while postponing any actual wrangling of artistic decisions or facing that dreaded gap between expectation and realization.)

and a wall...

Some trial and error (you can see that later) and a lot of masking tape and here is the outcome, I name it Unknown Superheroes.

Unknown Superheroes, Tape on Wall, Takoma Park, November 13th 2015

Conclusion - well to be fair, it was a nice day, a little windy but sunny and I was outside doing my own thing for about 5 hours (What? 5 hours!), so the experiment was a little rigged and therefore inconclusive, I'll have to investigate some more.