“One By One” Experimental Art Party
Live, Interactive Painting, Experimental, Art party at the Danger Gallery
In 2016 I founded the Danger Gallery, an immersive art space in Stamford, CT. I was looking for ways to break the traditional model of gallery concepts and create a more experiential approach to promote local artists and engage the creative community.
Created on a cocktail napkin at the Black Cat bar in LA, the concept for “One by One” was born. This event became an interactive and experimental, art party, mural show, featuring the collaboration of 7 local artists from around CT, live music and projections.
We covered the gallery walls in 100, 1″X1″ white canvas tiles, and sold the art before it was created. Attendees would come to the event and watch their canvas come to life not knowing what would be created. The event lasted three hours, and we live-streamed the entire show so we could broadcast to an audience far and wide, sharing interviews and progress on the collective mural.
Hundreds of people attended our event and said it was the best community art experience they had ever been to. We sold 50% of the canvases before the event, and by the end of the night had sold out the entire show of all 100 pieces of art. We got featured in the Advocate newspaper, Channel 12 news, and NPR.
Here is a video from Channel 12 News covering our event.
I created the following promotional videos for the event.