Art Installation project at Chop Suey Books

LettersRecently, my friend Noah Scalin asked if I would like to write some back story to a mysterious art installation he and Ghostprint Gallery‘s Thea Duskin were going to be working on in February. Without giving too much away, the installation will run about 6 weeks in the exhibit room at Chop Suey Books. My writing partner, Alane Cameron Miles, and I have had a wonderful time creating the content for this project, writing a series of letters, notes and news articles in order to bring the character featured in the installation to life. This may also lead to the possibility of some sort of publication with Noah & company.

Be on the lookout at Chop Suey in mid February for the opening. It should run through April.

Published by Phil Ford

I am a co-editor and a contributing writer of Richmond Macabre : Nightmares from the River City. Writer, columnist, and musician, general class clown. I also DJs the Friday Breakfast Blend 6-8am on WRIR 97.3, Richmond Independent Radio (wrir.org).

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