The Metabolic Studio is seeking veterans and Veteran supporters for 11/11/11 event

The Metabolic Studio is seeking veterans and Veteran supporters to come out and be part of our historic photo on 11/11/11 at 11am on the National Mall. This photograph is inspired by and pays homage to the Bonus Army’s Encampment on the Mall in Washington DC in 1932.

As artists and activists we believe in the power of creativity to
incite transformation. We have constructed a camera that has
traversed the USA to build photos of our country in this time
of radical need.

11.11.11 Veterans Day Action
Join the Optics Team on the National Mall!
11 am—Raise the Flag and Build a Liminal Photograph that will be shown at the Hirshhorn Museum the following day. (Special visit and performance at 10:30 am.) The National Mall, Washington D.C., Third Street, between Madison & Jefferson.

11.12.11 & 11.13.11 Hirshhorn Museum
Lauren Bon and The Optics Division of the Metabolic Studio:
Flag Tour 9/11–11/11
10 am to 5:30 pm—See monumental images taken during our
two-month tour from Lower Manhattan, up the Hudson River,
to Rochester, NY, including our Veterans Day action photo
taken on the National Mall.

The Metabolic Studio thanks the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden for providing gallery space for this special occasion. Hirshhorn Museum is located on Independence Avenue at Seventh Street, SW, Washington D.C.

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Since 1968, the District of Columbia Commission on the Arts and Humanities (DCCAH) has developed and promoted local artists, organizations and activities.
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