The last stages of the Nomadic Labyrinth have been very busy and exciting. I got to use Joe Goode Performance Company space in the Mission to lay out the paper cut patterns and make any possible adjustments. Michael Rauner captured these moments with his distinct touch.
After adjusting the paper patterns and transferring them to the carpet and cutting the pieces out, I needed to find a large space where for a few days I could assemble the final labyrinth and attach the velcro to join the pieces together. I was very lucky to be able to work at McRosky Mattress on Market St, where I had the opportunity meet Robin and Robert, the owners of this wonderful family owned business, and the rest of the crew.
My artist friend Lisa Ruth Elliot helped me put all this puzzle together and it was great to have her on board.
The Nomadic Labyrinth will have its debut at Gleeson Plaza, University of San Francisco and Saint Ignatius Church. Save the date!
The Nomadic Labyrinth
Manresa Gallery at Saint Ignatius Church
Installation Sept 6th - 18th
Labyrinth Walk Celebrating Peace and Reflexion
Complete with an Interfaith Blessing by Fr John Coleman
Wednesday September 11th, 6 - 8 pm
Gleeson Plaza is on the USF Campus, between St. Ignatius Church & USF library
CREATIVE ATTENTION: Art and Community Restoration
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth