Jim Lively: 4,827 Mornings

Video installation

Jim Lively performed a ritual for 4,827 mornings before going to work at A Fortune 500 Company. The dress code called for conservative business dress consisting of charcoal gray suits, white (or pale) shirts and the obligatory neck tie. ‘4,827 Mornings’ captures the then corporate attorney’s selection of the perfect shirt, tie and dress shoes each day.

The video focuses on texture and the subtle patterns of the shirts and ties. Filmed from three different angles, ‘4,827 Mornings’ is a non-stop collage, rotating 365 degrees to represent the passage of time through ritualized morning tasks.

To see at
AT&T Performing Arts Center

Section within the
Dallas Arts District

Jim Lively is a resident artist and wine sommelier with → LuminArte Gallery in Dallas.

His works have been recognized in numerous juried competitions and publications. He was named to the 2013, 2014 and 2015 list of → Art Tour International Magazine’s Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art. In addition, he has participated in several group and a solo exhibitions across North America and Europe. Jim has published four books containing images of his art including two novels.

A biennial public art event of light, video and sound.

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