Friday, June 24, 2016

2016 ART: WRITE: All my boats. Installation art, poetic art by Karima Hoisan

All my boats. Installation art, poetic art 
by Karima Hoisan.   
Images from the installation and poetic art of Karima Hoisan.  And some background about installation art and poetic art.

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  • In Kitely: put the Firestorm Hop in the Nav bar (top of FS viewer), enter.
  • FS Hop: hop://grid.kitely.com:8002/All My Boats/186/138/22
  • On Hypergrid, put HG address in Find bar of the world map, click Find, TP
  • HG address:  grid.kitely.com:8002:All My Boats

Installation art (virtual)

Art created in a large virtual space.  The art may use the changing views produced as the observer moves through the space and the changing shadows with sun angle.  Virtual installation could be used to show how a real installation would look if built. 

Installation art (physical)

Installation art is an artistic genre of three-dimensional works that often are site-specific and designed to transform the perception of a space. Generally, the term is applied to interior spaces, whereas exterior interventions are often called public art, land art or intervention art; however, the boundaries between these terms overlap.
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          • Read the instructions
          • Turn on the video media
          • The bumpers are on posts and look like pinball bumpers

          All My Boats

          All my boats tied up to posts upon the docks,
          began to slip away.
          It was not noticed by anyone,
          their shiftings on the moorings,
          their pullings on the sailor knots,
          lolling in a windless, waveless bay.

          They tugged the whole night long against the ropes,
          to make their getaway.
          It was not noticed by anyone,
          when the lines began to serpentine,
          uncoiling from those knotted fists;
          flat and free they slipped through rings
          in a graceful snake ballet.
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          I had a few I’d tethered even tighter than the rest.
          These boats had given endless joy; I never felt alone.
          Pretty in their sparkling lacquer, strong of hew and finely made,
          I sailed uncharted fearlessly, just knowing they were mine.
          It seems that Life is set, for everything to slip away…
          It all escapes our childlike grasp, and bobs into the waves.
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          A sense of sadness lassoed me; I’ll miss them all.
          Oh, how I loved to paint their decks,
          to fly their flags, and sing their praise.
          And yet, they looked majestic as they floated out to sea,
          each forming wakes behind them, against the daylight’s dawn,
          their departure only noticed now by me.
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          Karima Hoisan
          May 17th, 2016
          Costa Rica
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          Other work by Karima Hoisan

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          Gone forever?
          Only as metaphor
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          Installation art (virtual)

          Other installation art from virtual worlds

          Other poetic art from virtual worlds

          Poetic art:  Art created to accompany a poetry reading.

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