As we immerse in Jed Escueta's varied concerns in the photographic practice, he further takes us in to the privacy of his intuit: a day he woke up to a storm, mother's plants, the pet dog taking a piss break. Seemingly banal events that probably contain some David Lynch-ian anomaly to it. In Smell Hustle, the third installment of his WOP residency, Escueta pronounces the invisible boundaries of a photograph. Capturing the danger zones that we don't normally notice. As always and now with the rainy days back there is more reason to chill out and be cozy this Wednesday. Also to catch is the artist's weekly intoxicating brew. Join us as we jump start a heavy week of activities at Green Papaya.
The WOP Residency Program is supported by Arts Network Asia www.artsnetworkasia.org
Heads up: June 5-6 (Friday and Saturday), watch out for the continuing series of Open Studio Sessions of Gangan Ensemble with visiting Malaysian experimental sound artists Yong Yandsen and Kok Siew-Wai.