I will be speaking at Cornell tonight. 5:15 in Milstein Auditorium. Since it is Halloween, I will be wearing the below — first appearance of my gingham lab coat I have been dreaming of for several years now.
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We have just bagged some really great smelling compost for Artshop!, Franklin Street Works’ popup shop to celebrate its 2nd year anniversary. This is our summer compost that has been curing in our Crown Heights lot for several weeks & recently got a shot of inoculum from Rodale Institute.
Currently I am an artist in resident at HIAP for the summer. This city is amazing and I am happily recharging, planning several events for the Fall back in the States and enjoying the 19+ hours of daylight!
A write-up of Superfund365 by Dr.Francis Marchese : http://earthdesk.blogs.pace.edu/2013/06/16/superfund-365-merging-art-and-visualization-with-the-environment/
ExcessNYC participated in Art Walk Stamford yesterday. We have a storefront where our bike and some new posters are on display at 69 Broad Street in the center of Downtown. We rescued a lot of food from the farmers market and local restaurants. And then we had a picnic at Franklin Street Works Gallery. It […]
Process and Progress 5: Brooke Singer, SLO Architecture, NYC Department of City Planning, 596 Acres, BRAC’s Teen Project Studio On View from May 31 – June 22 On view from May 31st, 2013 – June 22nd, 2013 GALLERY HOURS: Wednesday–Friday, 3pm–6:30pm / Saturday, 12pm–5pm FREE ADMISSION Bronx, NY, May, 2013 —Bronx River Art Center (BRAC) […]
I just sent my yearly, spring news blast. Here is a link. You can share or subscribe if you like what you see!
I was quoted in this HuffPo article by AP journalist Barbara Ortutay. The exhibition is very interesting and thought provoking. The Public Private runs through April 17 at Parsons.
My photograph Quanta Resources, Pittston, PA, from the Sites Unseen series is included in the exhibition Gatsby Revisited in the Age of the One Percent from March 13 – April 15 at the Contemporary Art Gallery on the campus of UConn, Storrs. Other artists are: Tina Barney, Man Bartlett, James Casebere, Jessica Craig-Martin, Patricia Cronin, […]
There is an interesting essay, The Migration of Social Exchange, recently posted on Hyperallergic by James Holland. He mentions my Databody piece from spring 2001 (yes, prior to 9/11). Nice that it is still relevant after over a decade. This is a thoughtful piece that ruminates on the changing landscape of what it means to […]