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Photos for September 5, 2010

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Stacy and Sean Kelley, founders of Set & Drift and the team behind The Bakery space in Barrio Logan. The curated a show of art, jewelry and design called Current.

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A garden area was built within in the courtyard, and the landscaping included using the shells of tires designed in figure eights.

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The front courtyard of Periscope served as an area to sell t-shirts and artist made products. The sightlines within the courtyard are well-designed.

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James Enos, local artist, architect (his work is currently part of MCASD's "Here Not There") and co-founder of Periscope Project.

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Christmas trees get revenge in "Treevenge," the Best in Show winner at the recent Blacklist.

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An outdoor courtyard in between the shipping containers serves as a space for mingling and, on Saturday, home to the bar and DJ for the evening.

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The entrance to Persicope Project, which included an exhibit of work by Louis M. Schmidt called "No One Gets Out Alive (Nobody Wins)"

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Street view of the Periscope Project, a work space made out of shipping containers stacked in a lot in the East Village.

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Maquettes of Devine's work displayed in the studio.

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Since Devine works on large-scale sculpture, his space needs to be big. When he and Brotherton discovered the warehouse space in Barrio Logan, it was filthy and needed plenty of work. They built out the space themselves.

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Devine's welding mask. He was one of the founders of Glashaus, along with sculptor Greg Brotherton of Device Gallery.

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San Diego sculptor Matt Devine in his studio in the Barrio Logan-based Glashaus studio space.

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