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‘To See and Be Seen’ art project during AHA in New Bedford

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During Thursday’s AHA several people took part in the ‘To See and Be Seen’ art project right on the corner of Purchase and Union streets.

From the organizer: “It’s a collaborative drawing performance that investigates the relationships between the artist, the model, and the audience. Simultaneously stepping into the role of both the observer and the observed, the artist, the subject, the documentarian, and the audience take part in the act seeing on multiple levels.”

Video by Michael Silvia

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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