What's Lost Is Safe: day 3 & 4 of the installation

The day's are blurring together and flying by. There are 27 hours left until the opening of "What's Lost is Safe". It's slightly difficult to explain what you are seeing here. Monica is creating an environment that is an extension of her work she has brought to exhibit. They will be flawlessly incorporated with one another. It's unfolding and taking shape right before our eyes. Our entire building has turned into a magic factory.

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

On Tuesday's we are always closed- this allowed Monica and her crew to spread out and take over the front of the skate shop. Helper's were in and out through the day. Cortney Heimerl came by to interview Monica for a preview article on the show for the Onion which may help you comprehend the full scale of this project.

Skate shop madness
Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Upstairs sewing in the kitchen
Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Building out back in the lot
Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

In the gallery
Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

Monica Canilao: installation day 3 & 4

We have our fingers crossed the sky holds the rain up & that the lack of sleep only provides creativity. Here is a little Day 5 teaser to leave you with from just hours ago.
Monica Canilao: installing day 5

See you tomorrow at the opening. Just get here.

A full list of work for sale will be posted a.s.a.p.

Photo set of installation here

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