Driving around, parking, and giving directions to 12 high school students can be a little cumbersome sometimes, but for Guerrilla Cinema class it’s all a part of the recipe. Over the last month, these students have been working with artist Xavier Tavera to experiment with site specificity and video projection in the public eye. Tavera is mostly known for his photography, but recently has been creating projects that display his photography and video on Lake Street. So this week, we grabbed a projector and a laptop and headed out to Lake Street. Check out a brief write up on the street art/graffiti chronicle Wooster Collective or get the day to day recap on the Guerrilla Cinema blog.
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