One image is worth a thousand words, a thousand words I have at the tip of my pen but with my lens all it takes is one click, and one image can change the way you perceive the world. This is Baltimore City livin' beyond the city's limits. Each artist changing the way we perceive ourselves. Each artist changing the way we 'Believe'. Each artist depicting the will of the people. ...see more about HOT WALLS #4: Michelle Antionette Nelson a.k.a LOVE the Poet's "Beyond the City's Limits"
Recent Projection Installations
What happens to a Greenmount West resident that lives in a food desert? That resident is more likely to eat carryout and other unhealthy foods that don't nourish the body. What happens when the carryout food tries to kill you? Artist Michelle Faulkner knows. ...see more about HOT WALLS #2: Michelle Faulkner's "A Meal to Die For"
Greenpants Art Collective (creators of the Luminous Intervention project) applauds Open Walls Baltimore for bringing more public art to the streets and walls of Baltimore. As artists we view these contributions with joy. In this second round of Open Walls murals, however, it is impossible to ignore the overwhelming number of male artists. Thirteen of the fourteen (93%) murals are to be painted by male artists.
Erin Barry-Dutro, a printmaker, bookseller, and Greenpants member, summarizes her concern “Systemic sexism in the art world can often persist simply by never reaching beyond one’s own personal networks. We hope that our projection acknowledges the need to actively seek out inclusivity and artists who might go unrecognized otherwise.”...see more about OPEN WALLS 2 SAUSAGE PARTY
Luminous Intervention supported the Fair Budget Coalition's campaign for housing for people and families who are homeless in D.C. This projection took place just outside the school where Mayor Gray was giving his State of the City address to D.C. audiences. The projection was one of a number of actions that the Fair Budget Coalition coordinated to put pressure on the Mayor to more adequately address the needs of the homeless in the nation's capital.
D.C. Press covered the action in the following articles: ...see more about Message to the DC Mayor on Homelessness
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