Short Film Documentary on artist Carmen Papalia’s Mobility Device Performance @ GCAC

MOBILITY DEVICE: CARMEN PAPALIA

Artist Carmen Papalia started using a white cane when he began to lose his vision nearly ten years ago. For one day, through his performance piece titled Mobility Device, he replaced his cane with The Great Centurion Marching Band of Century High School, Santa Ana.

A short documentary film by Mickey Fisher on Papalia’s performance art project at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, CA:

Our sincere thanks to Scott Devoe and the Century High School Marching Band for helping to realize this performance!

More background on the artist and this performance can be found at:

https://grandcentralartcenter.wordpress.com/2013/05/13/mobility-device-carmen-papalia-performance-with-century-hs-marching-band-gcac/

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2 Responses to Short Film Documentary on artist Carmen Papalia’s Mobility Device Performance @ GCAC

  1. […] tours of the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim in New York. In June, he did a piece at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, where he was guided around downtown by a marching band. And recently, he led a tour to the L.A. […]

  2. […] During his time at GCAC, Carmen performed a walk through the city titled Mobility Device, accompanied by Santa Ana’s Century High School Marching Band. https://grandcentralartcenter.wordpress.com/2013/06/27/short-film-documentary-on-artist-carmen-papali… […]

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