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Relationship CXVIII – (MOLDOVA Double Stuff)

A DVD collaged with found trash and stenciled with deStijl lines in red & yellow. Started while sitting at Starbucks Park Place in Pinellas Park, Florida on 1/23/16 & completed (the spray paint at home) on 4/19/2016.

Sent (along with CXII) to
Brooklyn for exhibition:
“Works of Art” at Bushwick Spray Paint Shop on 4/30/16
1009 Broadway, Bell 203, Brooklyn, NY
Then left on the streets of Brooklyn after the show.

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Relationships CXIV & CXV were completed on January 13, 2016 while sitting at Starbucks Park Place in Pinellas Park, Florida.

For this piece, I used an old used DVD+R (i think I found this one on the ground?) and I separated the top plastic layer from the bottom magnetic layer. This was to be a collaboration with RF Côté in Canada, so I sent him both halves to finish off and he sent one back to me. The center face part of this collage, was from a Pinellas County Sheriff’s office Wanted Flyer of a wanted criminal. The rest, I just tried to mirror in compositional elements.

This (below) shows the CXV half with RF Côté’s collaboration which I received back from him in April of 2016.

I left it in a little, transparent informational flyer box, just outside the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at Florida SouthWestern State College in Fort Myers, Florida on 5/9/16.

I don’t think I ever saw how the other half came out.

Relationship CXII – (POLEMIQUES sans grandes expos)

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A 12 inch record collaged with found trash and stenciled with deStijl lines in red, yellow, gray & chartreuse. Completed on 4/19/2016.

Sent to
Brooklyn for exhibition:
“Works of Art” at Bushwick Spray Paint Shop on 4/30/16
1009 Broadway, Bell 203, Brooklyn, NY
Then left on the streets of Brooklyn after the show.

 

  Ray Johnson Fan Club Relationship LXVII ~ “Terrible Experience”  My 67th Collage Relationship was completed 6/21/2013 while sitting at “Le temps d’un café” in Mons, Belgium.

Relationship LXVII ~ Terrible Experience

It was sent later that week to a fan in New York along with some stickers.

I really like the way my collaged CD stickers have been turning out and I wanted to make something similar as a more permanent piece. So instead of just doing a sticker, I did a proper collage directly on a corrupt DVD (one of the many that my disc burner screws up.) There is not any data on the DVD, though perhaps I’ll try doing that in the future…
This is the first time I’ve tried it and I’m happy with the results so maybe I’ll try working on old records too.

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