Dec 7, 2012
Cafe du Monde coffee tins, alloy aluminum fittings and hardware, Kodak Kodachrome images, digital projector, DVD.
Inspired by Café du Monde chicory coffee and coffee house, this installation draws upon coffee as object of connectivity and serves as a sensual reminder of its communal andritualistic roles. Repurposed coffee tins areconfigured to resemble a honeycomb. Digitized slide images projected through bottomless cans make cell-like compositions on the plastic lids reminiscent of stained glass. Amateur images convey a time, place and people — universal themes of comfort, ritual and home. The Latin title refers to Roman Catholic vespers or evensong.
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