who has lived in the Hill for 32 years, has had the same room
for CWOS for years. He made his piece because the earth
is under such assault, he said. And if the tree of
life dies, then we all die.
didnt mean that there wasnt room for fun. You
know, no one said, I promise to help Santa Claus,
he told another kid.
the number of leaves on the branches had grown. I promise to
stay true to myself and follow my dreams, one read. I promise
to use less toilet paper, read another. It was all fine by Fekieta.
tree of life inventive, engaging, and participatory
fit nicely with the Game On! theme of City Wide
Open Studios this year. Its commissioned pieces were as much
game as art. And in the Goffe Street Armory on Saturday and
Sunday, all the artists together turned the enormous, imposing
building into a playground for art.