The Serpent's Return
Interview for the Stefana Mural at Pierce College

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June 8, 2016
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Quick look at the work we are doing at Art Prize. Big Ol' Wall filled with gentle giants messing up everyone's wheels.

With the beginning of ArtPrize right around the corner on Wednesday, some artists used the weekend to get their pieces ready.

Jar Drama. Drawing will be up through the season kick off this Saturday from noon to six.

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Day 30/30: It is done. We have taken down the last of the CatFish and returned downtown Providence to its normal levels of crazy.

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Day 29/30: Turn your back, lose your cat.

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Day 28/30: City Hall in Providence is much, much, much taller than you would expect. To place this fish we had to use a 135 foot boom lift fully extended, including the articulated arm.

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Day 27/30: Boots on the ground in Providence, Rhode Island.

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Day 27/30: CatFish eggs are tonight's project. We have until 7am before we are kicked off the lift. Let the egging begin!

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Day 26/30: Quality control breakdown 6 stories up.

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Day 25/30: Sky scrapin' fish.

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Day 24/30: 135 feet of boom. So many stories.

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Day 23/30: Video of a four story installation. What you will not see are the dozen cave explorers on the stories above repelling down into the pit. What you will see are a lot of stalactites/mites and a pit full of skeletons packed with other skeletons - like archeological turduckens. The sound of the video is just fluorescent light feedback and breathing.

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Day 22/30: Deep down there.

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