BUFFALO, NY -- When Brooklyn based artist Amanda Browder came to Buffalo to produce what she's calling: Spectral Locus 2016, she needed a little help.
Turns out she got a lot of help.
Volunteers donated their time, and their fabric. In the end almost fifty thousand square feet of material was sewn into patterns that Browder is now in the midst of draping on buildings located at the corner Broadway and Fillmore, a church at the corner of Richmond Avenue and West Ferry, and Upton Hall on Elmwood Avenue.
Browder loves to stop and talk with folks who stop by to watch the work progress, but if you want to see Spectral Locus in person you better hurry. The fabric may not hold up to the ever changing Buffalo weather.
Browder does expect the work to remain in place until mid-September.