Sunday, October 2, 2011

Performance part II


For those of you who guessed that the signs from yesterdays post were part of a performance art piece you were right. This artist took each individual sign and started building a room. For what you might ask, I don't know. I had moved on when I heard the music start. Wishing you all a great Sunday!

33 comments:

Lúcia said...

Very original!
I like his hat. ;-)

Eyeliquor said...

Like!

Kate said...

Well, it must have been a "flat performance" as I indicated yesterday if you moved on...

Birdman said...

Art is everywhere whether we know it or not, I guess.

Allison said...

Hmmmm, very intriguing! I hope there is more to come, Randy!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Honestly Randy, sometimes I think it's art itself that is mysterious!

becky said...

It would take a lot of courage I'd think to be a performance artist-I'd be to shy to do it!
Randy I hope you're weekend is going well, & hope you get to the Balloon Fiesta today... imagine putting that stress in one of those balloons & letting it float away!
(easier said than done, right?) Good luck on your surprise midterm next week- I'm sure you'll do great!
Have a wonderful, sunny, smiley, stress-free day!

Ron said...

Hmmmm, I'm not sure I will ever understand "art". LOL

This is a nice two day shot showing pieces of something becoming the whole.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting shot, it's cool to see an artist working! :)
hugs and a nice week ahead,
Léia

Leif Hagen said...

It's coming together...still a little mysterious though...

Sonya Heilmann said...

Maybe building the room WAS the performance art?

TexWisGirl said...

so the mystery continues...

love his little dapper hat!

Luis Gomez said...

Excellent Randy!

Michaele said...

Now that's inventive! Love his hat!

Halcyon said...

Interesting idea. But I agree with you, performance art often requires too much of a time commitment on the spectator's part.

Regina K said...

That is the problem sometimes, you have to be present at the right time. I usually move on myself. Have a great Sunday.

VP said...

I was wrong, the idea is good and original!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

So the mystery continues! At least we know that no mimes were involved. :-)

JM said...

I don't know what this is about, but it's cool anyway, especially after seeing the previous shot.

Sharon said...

Maybe a lesson in recycling?

PauloSilva said...

Thank you so much! Have a nice Sunday!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Very interesting concept, but I imagine that there were many like you who only paused a moment before moving on.

Great shot, however!

Bises,
Genie

Jarart said...

Very intriguing. You just never know what you will find.

Sandy said...

all I know is I like that man's outfit! =)

RedPat said...

Cool! Not sure how exciting it would be to watch.

T. Becque said...

Interesting! Shoot, I just realized after seeing your prior post that I've missed theme day once again :{

Teresa said...

He is determined to get it put together....don't mess with a man who has a power drill in his hand!!! so great that you could get a shot like that. Lots of people don't like their picture taken!

Jack said...

OK . . . . . I might have left before you.

Magpie said...

That's the thing about art...everyone likes something different and that makes the world go round. :)

Farmchick said...

Love the hat.

Carola said...

I like this kind of inspirations, with ideas and thoughts behind.

Stephanie said...

That's nuts! Humans are so unusual (one of the reasons I like us so much)

Herético said...

i love people working with style.