DB Project’s inspiration for this event is the Nordic culture of Breckenridge, the mysticism of the mountains and the fleeting nature of paradise. We will be performing Grieg’s Haugtussa, Op. 67 in the Pip & Pop installation to further emphasize Tanya Schultz’s work that is often ephemeral, meticulously constructed and highly detailed to embrace notions of abundance, utopian dreams, and fleeting pleasure. She is fascinated with ideas of paradise and wish-fulfillment described in folk tales, mythologies and cinema.
Pip & Pop creates immersive installations and artworks from an eclectic range of materials including sugar, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she finds on her travels. Her practice embodies both independent and collaborative processes across varying disciplines including installation, painting, wall-works and sculpture.
This event is free and open to the public.