This is Bruce and Sarah Walking

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Composed and Performed by RAC/Andre Anjos

Inspired by the Julian Opie sculpture

André perfectly nails the 80s overtones of Julian Opie’s sculpture, This is Bruce and Sara Walking. The computer LCD screen of two silhouettes walking side-by-side portrays a couple who are in motion but headed nowhere.

Perhaps Bruce and Sara are strolling around the shopping mall. Maybe it’s a date night! The couple just ate at the food court and is headed to the movies to catch the newest John Hughes flick.

Maybe I have spent a little too much time looking at Bruce and Sara, but there is definitely more talk in Sara’s walk. She exudes all of the confidence and poise of someone who knows who they are. Bruce, on the other hand, seems to walk with a little more weight - he looks sluggish, tired, and can barely keep up. (BTW, who hikes up their tube socks anyways?)

Why Sara keeps walking with Bruce is anyone’s guess. Perhaps she’s asking herself the same question. Maybe they will walk together forever and ride into the sunset in a Pontiac Fiero.

Or maybe she is slowly pulling away only time will tell.


- Chris Grabau
St. Louis, 2014


from 38​.​627​,​-​90​.​194, released July 1, 2014
Composed and Performed by RAC/Andre Anjos



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Commonwealth, founded by artists Benjamin Kaplan and Chris Grabau and, “is an approach to making art that comes in response to our surroundings,” says Grabau. Kaplan adds, “St. Louis is a city of neighborhoods, both geographically and psychologically. We live in our neighborhoods. And we see Commonwealth as a way to expand that neighborhood.” ... more

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