Zoe Sheehan Saldana (umlaut over the "e" and tilded "n" in Saldana), who is showing in the artMovingProjects main space. In her exhibit "Homegrown" she is growing an edition of 96 tobacco seedlings (Nicotiana tabacum Burley) under indoor lights. A webcam showing the seedlings, refreshed every 30 minutes, is here.
Behind her is BLOG, a performance work consisting of the blog you're reading, situated in the gallery's project space for a month. A couple of posts were made during the opening and those of us standing around the terminal from time to time enjoyed reading the comments. I did not put up any cats (or Katz--see comments) but that could happen at any time.
Some gallerygoers chose to use BLOG to explore sidebar links without returning, read up on global warming, and possibly check email--that's part of the art, I guess, but those actions will not be documented.
I also did not put up any Katz, so thanks.
The unidentified long haired male who was caught with his pants down starting to urinate in the hallway may have turned the lights out in the the hallway upstairs which turned the router off. This happened after 9.30 p.m. so i don't think it is a system problem. Human error. Signal remains solid 2 bars. Congratulations on the post during the opening.
Thanks--hopefully he will not be back. And thanks for the show and opening, everything looks great. And before I forget, I have your tape measure.
mac keyboard and mouse?
...and Mini and Safari. The gallery is a Mac environment displaying exotic artifacts of the workaday Windows world (me). The newest Mac OS seems to play GIFs in sync, thank Jobs--I just have to remember not to enlarge any pixel art this month.