(In the borrowed costume of the Buffoon's Wife, designed by Mikhail Larionov, with a Patas monkey (Erythrocebus patas) as a headdress.)
(Ruyard Kipling’s “eighth wonder of the world”, Milford Sound, Mitre Peak and Sinbad Gully, for a stage.)
(In the borrowed costume of King Dodon from Le Coq d'or, with additional Harvest mouse (Micromys minutus).)
(In the borrowed costume of one of three brigands designed by Léon Bakst, with a Collared pratincole (Glareola pratincola) as a headdress.)
Gracia and I were delighted to be invited to make work for GOOD MAIL DAY. The 4" X 6" request suited us to a T. We've sent across our costumed troupe and wish we could have included ourselves in the parcel.
Opening on Friday the 7th of November, GOOD MAIL DAY is an exhibition of 60 artists curated by Lisa Solomon and Susan Schwake. I look forward to seeing your photos, Lisa and Susan, and wish you well with the installation.
GOOD MAIL DAY
Curated by Lisa Solomon and Susan Schwake
10 Second Street
And still thinking of costumes, you can read Gracia's fantastic recent piece on The Coffee Drinkers and Zero Zero at Dancehouse as part of Melbourne Festival here (on her blog), here (on Fjord Review), and here (on our site). The font choice is all yours.