Process: Woman on a People Mover


This is a 16 x 20 inch digital drawing of my mom on a people mover in either Beijing, Hong Kong, or Los Angeles.  Poem idea: something about airports and transparency.  Windows, emptying bags, pat downs, x-rays, clear bags, sleeping in public.  People share destinations.  Airports are also compartmentalized, as are airplanes: class, gate, lounge, luggage.  Transportation.  Transparency.  Hmm

I’m partial to that blue right now because of a project I’m working on with Operator Error called Affection.  Stay tuned for that!  I’m working on an animated music video and a whole bunch else.

Here’s a video of my play with process and options:

I also drew an airport scene after my trip to Peru in 2012:


See that post here.

Solo Exhibition Closing Reception:
Opodz 362 E 2nd St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Saturday, November 19, 2016 6PM-9PM

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I post twice a week in two sorts of ways:  I share new art/discussions about the process of works in progress, and I post segments with Comic Lorna in my audiobio comic series called, Affect.

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