Friday, September 3, 2010

Installation at Skyline College in San Bruno


If there is one thing Skyline College is known for it is the cool and foggy weather. The first two days we were at Skyline College in San Bruno, CA there was a heat wave coming through.  I was excited about the heat because I got to wear shorts and sunscreen and danced to the music outside while the college students walked around the caution tape. But soon enough, that all changed.


Here I am mixing up the special "goo" to paste the mural to the wall.

On the third day of the installation it seemed as though we were in another town. The fog and the wind nestled right into the landscape of the college. I wore two pairs of pants, two pairs of socks, three sweatshirts, a jacket and a beanie. Yes, it was cold but the wind was the real factor in this installation. There came a point as the Sun was going to sleep my toes were starting to become numb.

It took us four days to complete the installation at Skyline College. We finished about 9pm. I was most excited about getting all warmed up.

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