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Great Eastern Sun Art vs. Setting Sun Art #9: James Case-Leal's Radical Spirit
Submitted by Matt Jones on Tue, 9/28/2010, 10:10am
The opening is tonight and I advise all to attend. Here's the information:
Announcing "Radical Spirit," a pirate television broadcast, monumental sculpture, and video installation by James Case-Leal built inside the sanctuary of Lutheran Church of the Messiah in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The exhibition will be open to the public September 28 - October 2. The broadcast signal will be receivable by the local public on their television sets on analog channel 17 during these times. Please join us for a performance and opening reception on Tuesday, September 28 from 6 to 9pm.
There are a few reasons to talk about this piece now, the day of the night it opens. It deals directly and indirectly with awakening, spirituality, presence, meditation, media, social change (revolution?), etc. all things close to IDP's heart. More importantly the show only runs for just shy of a week and it's something not to be missed. I've toured a test installation of the building and installation. Great Eastern Sun or Setting Sun "Radical Spirit" is definitely something to behold.
So what do you think? Which is it? Great Eastern Sun Art or Setting Sun Art?
I hope to see you there tonight and look forward to some thoughtful and rambunctious dialogue in here on it.
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