Curbed.com recently published an article that highlights the public sculpture “Language Of The Birds” as one of the must see spots in San Francisco:
” Paying homage to the North Beach neighborhood’s ethnic and literary roots, this permanent sculpture is a small but meaningful (not to mention eye-catching) installation. A collection of books evoke a flock of birds at the northwest corner of Columbus Avenue and Broadway, suspended above a plaza embossed with words in English, Italian, and Chinese — the languages spoken by many of the area’s residents. The words themselves are a nod to various literary luminaries tied to North Beach, and the illuminations are offset by a solar power collaboration with City Lights, a bookstore known for its focus on progressive politics across the street. ”
Follow the link below to read the entire interactive Curbed.com article and explore other amazing things to see in San Francisco:
A wonderful article, written by Cynthia Stone, was published at KQED about the recent installation of Meghalaya in Sacramento, CA:
SF Gate recently published a wonderful article showcasing Language of the Birds and Caruso’s Dream. Both pieces are a part of the ongoing Illuminate SF Public Light Art Event which is celebrating its third year!
Illuminate SF Festival of Light: 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 10. Free!.
Federal Building, 90 Seventh St.
Subsequent tours are Friday, Dec. 11 and Dec. 17 and 20.
For further information please visit:
“As a center for creativity, innovation and invention, San Francisco has attracted the world’s most notable light artists like, well, moths to a flame. This year, from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day, the city’s third annual Illuminate SF Festival of Light shines a light on 27 dramatic, eco-friendly light art installations — accessible by public transit and admission free.”
For more information on each of the pieces please follow these links:
I would like to invite you to participate in a happening beyond the pale.
Join us for our unveiling of “And My Room Still Rocked Like a Boat on the Sea — Caruso’s Dream.”
When: Sunday February 23rd at 5:45
Where: 55 9th St. San Francisco
Bring: an FM radio, and a mask.
Below find the invitation poster with all the pertinent information you may require to feel suitably prepared.
Feel free to pass this invitation on to like-minded Neo-Dadaists!
No need to RSVP, just come!
by Brian Goggin with Dorka Keehn and Team