While wandering the streets of Belfast yesterday I came upon a small gallery space on Donegall Street, Belfast: The folks at Interface were busily gearing up for an opening the next day. I met this man, Ramakant, who was hard at work at something - I did not ask him what for as I wanted it to be a surprise when I attended the opening the next day.
I was of course intrigued by his equipment: an iBook, DAT Recorder and Megaphone. What more do you need for art I ask you? I was concerned though as he appeared distressed as the above photo shows.
Wait a minute, it appears he's thought of something!
Yeah, that's so crazy it just might work!
He's on fire! It's great to see somebody so happy with their work. I can't wait to hear that Megaphone blaring!
If you're interested in attending the show, (and why wouldn't you be cause ART is LIFE, man), the following docs give you all the info you need:
Now, I'm posting this after I attended the opening this cold Thursday night - there's some interesting stuff there including a really creepy video featuring an eyeless child's face, (maybe it was just me - I got into a heated argument with a Canadian woman who felt the video wasn't unsettling at all - but trust me Dear Listener, it's gonna give me nightmares).
Anyhew, it was a nice opening and yours truly took a lot of snaps, oh-so-arty snaps. I'll post them a bit later.