The Temporary Spaces found a few homes this summer.
First they were displayed at Dogpatch Biofuels, San Francisco’s only biodiesel filling station. This seemed especially apt, since many of the cityscapes depict the Dogpatch itself. Of course in the continuum of artistic practices, screen printing is the probably one of the most eco unfriendly processes out there. But maybe not as bad as aborted fetuses.
During the month of July, all the pieces were displayed at Liberty Cafe in ever-lovely Bernal Heights. This opportunity was courtesy of my friend, Danielle, who shoots compelling photos of kids (and therefore had to leave her Cellspace studio because of the pot smoke). Anyway, the business features a cozy restaurant and a bakery cafe, the neighborhood go-to spot for fresh Brioche. I’m not sure how much of a splash my art made, but I’m running out of room in my studio to store these. Free storage.