What's Lost Is Safe: installation complete

The most important thing to start this post with is a thank you to every one who donated, built and came to celebrate.

In less than a week Monica Canilao transformed the white walls of the gallery into a magical environment with the help of a small crew and piles of donated and scavenged materials. The floors were swept moments before loads people started showing up from near and far [shout out to the Detroit crew who rolled in for the party] to celebrate on Friday May 6th.

"What's Lost Is Safe" will run through July 31st, 2011 during regular gallery hours (see hours on the right side of the blog), we'd love for you to visit. This is the type of show that you may need to see again and again since new pieces and details pop out every time you turn your head.

Visit past posts to see the process and progression over the past week of the installation. Oh, and keep an eye out for the stop animation we shot over the week coming soon.

Prices list available upon request.
Press release here.

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"
cave ceiling

"What's Lost Is Safe"
cave floor

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"
chandelier detail

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"
up the ladder

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

"What's Lost Is Safe"

Please direct inquiry's to faythelevine at gmail DOT com

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