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The Bunnyman Bridge Collective and social media

Socializing an art collective is an interesting idea. Given three distinctively different artists plus a fourth element that is “the collective,” individuals may generate synergy through shared focus. Add to that a multi-element social media environment and the possibilities are as exciting as they are dynamic.

Artist, Jason Davis, The Bunnyman Bridge Collective
Jason Davis
Jason Davis and Jessica Kallista on Jellyvision
Jessica Kallista

The Bunnyman Bridge Collective is a multiplex of talent soon to be revealed at an opening on April 5th at the Epicure Cafe in Fairfax, Virginia. However, the reveal is dribbling forward as the group narrowcast their intentions via Jellyvision.

In this column, you have seen and heard from Jessica Kallista and Javier Padilla, two of the three members of The Bunnyman Bridge Collective. Jason Davis is more elusive, perhaps, because he wants to be. He is as mysterious as his art is wild, and maybe even disturbing.

Javier Padilla provided this video clip of Jason Davis at work:

What make these artists so special include their individual uniqueness, their commitment, and their intellect. You can see it, hear it, and witness it in person. Their artifacts are everywhere.

April 5, 2014 from 7 p.m.-12 a.m. at Epicure Café as they celebrate with an opening night reception for their art exhibition, Tell Me Something. Epicure Café is located at 11104 Lee Highway in Fairfax, VA. Music for the evening will be provided by Kid Claws. Tell Me Something will be on view at Epicure Café from April 5 through May 13.

11104 Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: 703-352-9193
Fax: 703-352-9194

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