Saul’s (my husband’) home town:My “home town”: For more on all of this please watch HERE or, go to http://www.playjumpeat.com for basic yet out-of-date information! 🙂 I am now starting to shoot State-side (yay!) 🙂Read More
Hi there! Long story short, I have started a “bed-jumping” project in Cape Town, South Africa, where I actually got Archbishop Desmond Tutu, amongst others, to jump on a bed, with a percentage of sales of future books & prints going to a local charity (http://www.philani.org.za/). I am carrying the project to the States, &…Read More
Dearest Frank Gehry, Dairy Farmer, High School Cheerleader, Cowboy, Dalai Lama & crew – I recently completed a section of a project in Cape Town, South Africa that I think you might be fond of, & I would in fact Love to ask you to be a part of now. In a nutshell, I got the…Read More
Conceptualist: Kelly Vaagsland Wainwright, Photographer: Inge Prins So – here is my big, long list of celebrities that I want to ask to join the likes of the Archbishop Tutu & jump on the bed!… You know any of ’em? PLEASE send ’em my way!!: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks in advance!! pass it on! Obama (I’ll take…Read More
Still, you Might be wondering why?…. a bed?… Here’s some attempt to break it down: From an artistic standpoint, I am merging “flash mob” with live installation with photography. I am always throwing in a rather unexpected angle through a juxtaposed context (aka: one doesn’t normally see a bed on a pier). This only amplifies…Read More
If you are Amish, Jack Nicholson, a cowboy, a cheerleader, or the Dalai Lama – Why Should YOU Jump on The Bed?!
Conceptualist: Kelly Vaagsland Wainwright, Photographer: Inge Prins Hi there! Let me introduce myself. My name is Kelly Vaagsland Wainwright. I got this vision a couple years ago that was the merge of a “flash mob” meeting a quick live installation meeting photography. I’d been “playing with play”, & I wanted to & NEEDED to take…Read More
Thanks, Ladies! 🙂 Taken at Exposure Gallery in Cape Town, for the opening of our show there in April 2010. The bed was open to any passersby at the Saturday Neighborgoods Marketto take a Jump! at their will! For More on the Project, check out: VIDEO INFO THE IMAGES FACEBOOK FANPAGERead More