Juiced Orange: The Death and Rebirth of Vinyl

In May 2001, the Arty Party Salon at 8th Avenue Sessions, Times Square, rocked live music, performance, and visual art, curated by Tom Burnett and hosted by Matthew Courtney. And I had an entire room for the “Death & Rebirth of Vinyl” installation.RCA Victor Red Seal Record, scanned in 2011, CatRutgers4artOrange Zero Twelve © Catherine Rutgers 2017

Vintage Jimi Hendrix poster at the Arty Party Salon, 2001
Painted the walls with blue and white clouds, added black light, a vintage Hendrix poster, paintings, CDs, a red-vinyl RCA Victor 45 (recorded December 18, 1912, and made in Camden, New Jersey) and four mixed-media sculptures on LPs. Scanned on February 26, 2011, “Orange Ya’ Glad” becomes a whole new world in another dimension.

Depth Scan Orange 2011 © Catherine RutgersOrange 8 Detail © Catherine RutgersOrange You Glad 2011 © Catherine RutgersOrange Ya’ Glad, 2001, artwork and images by Catherine Rutgers © 2011

About CatRutgers4Art

Original art by Catherine Rutgers, with musings on the media and the methods. Founded in 2010. “I believe in magic moments. Am not afraid to be sentimental, and adore a tweaked cliché. Two of my favorite pastimes are watching paint dry and observing green tendrils unfold.”
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1 Response to Juiced Orange: The Death and Rebirth of Vinyl

  1. Wave on, M.G.P. This is one of my favorite posts ever. Vinyl rules.

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