These are just a few of the photos I took while doing my primary run through of the Bacteriophage dissection. Wanna see more? Come to the performance!
There may be another trial run with a friend, to have her ask some questions and practice with that, now that I know what will/may be inside of a Morphoid. I have to be prepared for all possibilities here!
A couple of days ago, I was starting to feel a little panicky with this coming up, as I still had a lot of questions and needed to do a run through. Now that I’ve had a chance to do that, well, most* of it, I’m starting to feel excited about it! I think if I have a general plan, and have a few ways of dealing with tricky questions, etc, I will be fine. I’m anticipating the audience to be mostly people I know, either old friends, schoolmates, colleagues, the new friends I’ve made through exhibiting work and the ASA – the people who have been nothing but supportive of me, and all the craziness this sometimes entails, whether it be a dissection, an artist talk disguised as a conference presentation, hauling piles of equipment through Fish Creek Park (which reminds me, I should post the blooper reel), spilling 300 lbs of sand in the elevator at school (Did I tell you about that? That’d make a good story for this blog), making you wear really uncomfortable things, building weirdly complicated structures in the driveway, etc, etc, etc. Oh, and getting you tickets for parking the wrong way in a fire lane. (Sorry, Brad.)
Anyway, working hard, looking forward to this! (And I may have some big news coming up, just waiting for things to be “official”!)