The trip has been postponed and the new date is being discussed.
One week from now, Uppur Bunk will be voyaging to Santa Cruz Island to expand our understanding of potential creative gestures on an undeveloped landscape.
Jack Aldrich and Patrick Melroy braved the crush of shoppers at the busiest shopping plaza in the county. The two executed a project in and around the shopping center for one hour at the height of the shopping frenzy.
The reason for the Onesie is to cause art making with very little anticipation. We grabbed a set of metal numbers from the studio before meeting. In and around the shopping center there seems to be lots of things trying to get lots of attention but ultimately getting ignored by the majority of the people. Like Patrick in his onesie and cowboy hat. So we numbered some of the things we felt were getting ignored. Our world is so full of stimuli that we must ignore certain things just to make it down the street. We have lots of questions about breaking that system of ignoring.
We came back at the end of the hour and looked to see if the numbers were still present, we lost the #2.
See you next week for the next Onesie.
Guest : Ty Hegner
Guest : Dr. Jennifer Vanderpool (http://jennifervanderpool.com)
Location : Devereux – Santa Barbara, CA
Panel members :
Guest : Olenka Malarecka
Guest : Ryan Lovelace (http://rlovelace.com)
Location : Louise Lowry Davis Rec Center – Santa Barbara, CA
Panel members :
The Uppur Bunk produced a Onesie on Thursday August 8th 2013. We had eight artists working for one hour within a one square block radius. The projects were dynamic and astute. We captured some of the event with an Olympus 35 mm supplied by bunk regular Nick Cook. Any other documentation or questions or notes or warm thoughts can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
We met at the corner of Cota and Anacapa at the Dalee Car Bath.
Mr Paul made a drawing of where.
Ben was passing by with a friend when we asked him to join us. He spent the hour trying to remember and draw a re-occurring dream.
Courtney and Raymond set off in opposite directions, she recorded mystery boxes and Raymond acquired debris from the radius.
Everyone had something to say about something.
Come see us at our next Onesie or Panel or Fried Chicken Sunday or Creative Breakfast or when ever, we miss you already.
Named by collaborator Nick Cook the onesie is a one night art making event. Bring your gear, come make art with us. We will fan out, and create art in the world. We will gather after an hour and take a walking tour and create a map.
The theme is lonely crowd, draw, take photos, make movements, or just come to see the others do it. We will be hoping to see you.