As part of my fellowship for AIR Gallery, I’m facilitating public site-specific works for three artists. I can’t wait to see/hear these amazing works in person!
They’re being presented this weekend at the Dumbo Arts Festival and sponsored by the Puffin Foundation. The hours are 6 to 8 PM Friday and 12 to 6 PM Saturday and Sunday.
View this blog for project updates. Here are the locations for each:
Martha Clippinger‘s site-specific installations:
Einat Imber: “May Day” on Plymouth St. train tracks
Lily Mooney: “Wandering Directions” audio tour. Visit wanderingdirections.com to download the mp3, the map, and instructions.
On the Road at Arlington Art Center just came down, but I wanted to share this PDF version of the catalog. The show, curated by Jeffry Cudlin, is a collection of work made in the world and/or in response to it, outside of a traditional studio or gallery. Artists include: Andrea Chung, Gregory Thielker, Mary Mattingly, Jess Perlitz, Michael Ruglio-Misurel, Graham Coreil-Allen, Tim Ivison and Nick Lucking, Ellie Lee, and yours truly.
I’m in the middle of a studio-based body of work for my upcoming show at A.I.R. Gallery, but after reading through the catalog, I can’t wait to escape the indoors for a some public projects this summer!
In the meantime, enjoy these screengrabs from the catalog, and view the full version for their respective back stories:
Image credits from top: Gregory Thielker, Jess Perlitz, Andrea Chung, Mary Mattingly, Michael Ruglio-Misurel
“How do you define social practice?” curator Sara Reisman asks participating artists in Smack Mellon’s Condensations of the Social. Their answers are published in a newspaper available at the gallery. Here is Mierle Laderman Ukeles’s response: