Judy Chicago, Lloyd Hamrol, and Eric Orr, Dry Ice Environment 2, 1968. Performance with 22 tons of dry ice, Century City, Los Angeles. Photo by Lloyd Hamrol. Found in the exhibition catalogue for Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles Art 1945-1980
Untitled holography series from Eric Orr, 1995. Eric Orr was a pivotal figure in the Light and Space Movement, as well as a mentor to Casper Brindle. Casper Brindle’s solo exhibition, Azimuth, is currently on view at William Turner Gallery.
This weekend I’ll be at the Black Comics Festival (@schomburgblackcomics) at the @schomburgcenter. I’ll be selling and signing Copies of Prince of Cats, the Attack on Titan Anthology and maybe something else… On Saturday 5:30-6:45, I’ll be on the Comics and Hip-Hop panel moderated by Jonathan Gray, featuring Andre Leroy Davis, Eric Orr (@orrdesigns), and Sole Rebel in the Langston Hughes Auditorium.
About the time the Confederate flag was removed from the South Carolina Capitol on June 27, 2015, Bree Newsome sent an email explaining her action: “We removed the flag today because we can’t wait any longer. We can’t continue like this another day,” the statement said. “It’s time for a new chapter where we are sincere about dismantling white supremacy and building toward true racial justice and equality.”