Shoebox Gallery opening, waffle intervention, a flag, a poem, a parade.
Above: From the pages of GOOD to the streets of MPLS, Powderhorn claims the Chicago-Lake intersection! Jenny Schmid, whose opening graced Sean Smuda’s Shoebox Gallery, stands just behind the flag in an appropriate shade of red for May Day. Image from one of two new Geotypografika Flickr sets, Shoebox Gallery 2010 and May Day 2010. An exhilarating day.
Above: Jenny with waffle and mini-POHO flag (both courtesy of Waffle Intervention leader, Dave Schroeder.)
Above: Flashbelt founder Dave Schroeder prepares the first waffles in his patented role as Waffle Intervention leader. Many a pleased passerby received one of these beauties for free.
Above: Shoebox Gallery founder Sean Smuda with POHO flag.
Above: Defying all authority (and gravity), POHO challenges Phillips.
Above: Jenny and Beth break into dance following her sound poem reading. Ali Momeni is on right, Jenny’s work is just behind them.
Above: And then the fabled Powderhorn May day Parade, 2010.
Above: Featuring all creatures great and small. Here, some peas.
Above: And here are the giants.
Above: And the tigers.
Above: And the mayor! Photo by Dave Schroeder.
Above: Jenny and Beth walking home, to Powderhorn!
Above: Speaking of Powderhorn yeti, this short clip is from the tail end of the recent May Day Parade in Powderhorn, and includes all 6’7″ of one Erik Jacobsen, of Momma Digdown’s Brass Band.