The Dragonspace show is just a couple days away (opening on Saturday February 6th at Dragonspace on Granville Island in Vancouver), and I’m putting all the final details together. Â The venue isn’t a traditional gallery, not in the sense that it shows non-tradtional art, but in that it isn’t a gallery at all. Â As stated previously it’s primarily a retail space, and as such there isn’t room for any kind of an opening gala.
Besides, I not the biggest socialite but more of a one on one person. I get so uncomfortable at show openings that I tend to sneak away quietly and hide from the crowd. Or, develop a split personality disorder and begin to act weird around people-not like myself. During the last show opening I attended, I spent one and a half hours hiding in a bathroom stall. Just sitting there and thinking through a new thigh joint mechanism.
For those that are planning to come see the dolls and wish to meet up for tea or lunch. I will be available to meet on the island. Â Granville Island is full of great places to sit with a coffee and talk, so send me an email at email@example.com with “Dragonspace” somewhere in the subject and we’ll set something up. Â If possible we can try and orchestrate something where a handful of us get together.
I’m working on a list of dolls that will be available for sale. It’s not a long list. Sorry. I did what I could given the time frame.
(for anyone curious, In the photo I’m wearing a “Teddybear loves Teddyboy” T-shirt from Threadless.com)
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