East Village Interactive Mural enjoys a 2nd spring in the First Street Green Cultural Space park on Houston Street between 1st and 2nd Avenue. Bushes blossom white petel flowers with lush green leaves bursting color announcing spring, spring, spring ! The weather has been unpredictable to say the least as temps sore up and down the thermometer as restless a lover wanting attention.
Documenting the piece through all the seasons as well as day and night has been incredibly cool. Night shadows, children calling for their mothers caught on video, day light creeps and crawls along the wall a nature draws redefining, tagging the mural with shadow. An unexpected collaboration with nature. Metal hard drives attached with wires reflect as a mirror the piece, the surrounding environment natural and man-made swing in paces moved by wind or wandering people. the vines left swing and fall painted to reflect the colors present. It does what I 'd hoped interacts with what and who are present.
|"Wild is the Air", 2014 (c) Dianne Bowen, interactive mural, East Village, NY associated poem left side|