Monday, June 15, 2015

Scenes from Brilliant

Posted By on Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 7:00 PM

Saturday was the Galleries of Contemporary Art's annual art party Brilliant. We went following the dinner service, and got shots of some of the great artwork and performances there:
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click to enlarge GOCA director Daisy McConnell - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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click to enlarge José Luis Torres' 'Furry Pallet' made from faux fur and a found pallet, a selection from his recent show at GOCA, Echafaudages/Temporary Frameworks. - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • José Luis Torres' 'Furry Pallet' made from faux fur and a found pallet, a selection from his recent show at GOCA, Echafaudages/Temporary Frameworks.
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click to enlarge Another Torres work from the show, 'Disco Pallet' - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • Another Torres work from the show, 'Disco Pallet'
click to enlarge A wall projection from Aaron Smith's 'Synergy Project 7: Play' - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • A wall projection from Aaron Smith's 'Synergy Project 7: Play'
click to enlarge The projection source on 'Synergy Project 7: Play' - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • The projection source on 'Synergy Project 7: Play'
click to enlarge A detail of Matt Barton's 'God's Eye Wall' came complete with a sitting area outfitted with bean bag seats, pillows and a woven rug. - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • A detail of Matt Barton's 'God's Eye Wall' came complete with a sitting area outfitted with bean bag seats, pillows and a woven rug.
click to enlarge 'God's Eye' goes disco with a moment of whirling eyes, a flashing black light and lots of talk about bad trips among viewers. - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • 'God's Eye' goes disco with a moment of whirling eyes, a flashing black light and lots of talk about bad trips among viewers.
click to enlarge Local Samba dancers, who, from this angle, shook the glitter right off their costumes. - EDIE ADELSTEIN
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  • Local Samba dancers, who, from this angle, shook the glitter right off their costumes.
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