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The Parade

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This presentation explores artwork that is being produced by Vermont artist Janet Van Fleet during 2013. The artist plans to create a group of over 100 figures of humans and animals, in a parade of figures that represent the march of living things through their lives on the planet. The installation will include solitary as well as interacting figures.
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  • 1. The ParadeWork in progress by Janet Van Fleet
  • 2. The Parade is being produced during 2013. The intention is to create a group of over 100 figures of humans and animals, in a parade of figures that represent the march of living things through their lives on the planet, with solitary as well as interacting figures.
  • 3. The figures range from 10 – 24” high, and are made from found wood, metal, and other recycled materials.
  • 4. Sometimes thefigures are making statements. Here some People (whose heads arefigures and whosearms are forks and spoons) have a very different perspective from the three Animals in the center.
  • 5. The backs of the figures in the previous slide.
  • 6. Some of the people in the Parade may berooted in a pastthat is no longer supported.
  • 7. But there areDancers
  • 8. And figures with antiqueglass chest x- rays, plaster bandage, linen wrapping, with blinking LED heartbeats
  • 9. Many more willjoin the parade as it passes through town.
  • 10. Janet Van FleetThe images in this presentation were pieces of the Parade installation completed as of March, 2013 Website: http://www.janetvanfleet.com/ Blog: http://www.janetvanfleet.blogspot.com/ Email: janetvanfleet@fairpoint.net
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