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David Young V: Neighborhood Watch

Date:
Thursday, May 07, 2009
Time:
8:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Event Type:
Other
Organizer/Author:
Staff
Email:
Phone:
415 441-4099
Address:
800 Post St. @ Leavenworth
Location Details:
CAFE ROYALE
800 Post St. @ Leavenworth
Lower Nob Hill Near 19 Polk/27 Bryant MUNI
SAN FRANCISCO

ART PROGRAM
David Young V: Neighborhood Watch

"Neighborhood Watch is the second installment of an ongoing series by San Francisco based artist David Young V. Photos and information from the first installment, Live Forever are available for viewing at http://babylonfalling.com +. The series presents an alternate version of San Francisco after the socio-economic collapse of the world financial system and the deterioration of what we have known to be the American way of life. Civil unrest and widespread factionalizing of society result in a prolonged and unsuccessful military occupation of the Bay Area. The focus of this installment deals with people beginning to organize new forms of law and social structure amongst themselves in a city (and country) with no operational government. This results in the formation of district and neighborhood based militia groups and volunteer police forces with the intention of providing safety and security in their own territories. All works displayed in Neighborhood Watch are large-scale brush/pen & ink representations of abandoned military and public service vehicles that have been modified and re-purposed to fit the patrol needs of the local population."*
*http://www.caferoyale-sf.com/artprogramNew.shtml

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Added to the calendar on Fri, May 1, 2009 12:32AM
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