jamboree gelatinous 17 / 26, open culture bottle project

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Jamboree Gelatinous Images
Bottle Launch Launched from Venice, Italy via water taxi by Melissa Kinski on July 30, 2016 at 8:15 am. Latitude, 45.4408° N, longitude, 12.3155° E.
 
 
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Found? If you found this bottle, please use the form below to contact me with photographic proof, date, time, and place. Then I'll be able to update this section with your FOUND information, including photos. Thank you!
 

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Image Key (Under Construction) for component parts of the collage. Click the shapes to see and learn more about the images used. All images used are in the public domain, free to use.

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Vision

The sixth bottle of 26 to be thrown... this time, from Venice, Italy by my dear friend of three decades, Melissa Kinski. I created some aspects of this collage with Missy in mind, as well as Venice. A compendium of jellyfish-like glass, reminiscent of the gorgeous glass chandeliers  created in Venice, go-go dancers of various eras–springing off of gelatinous glass cubes, a subtle nod to Oz-ian "Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, oh my!"(referencing a painting with Melissa made by another friend, Bryant Clifford), and illuminated manuscript figures are tied into a big, strange, Carnivale-like party: Jamboree Gelatinous. Musicality is alluded to, and the colorful flies acknowledge Melissa's profession as a documentary film maker as a veritable "fly on the wall".

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