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Storm on the Health Re-Visited

After a two year hiatus, I re-visited Storm King once again late in the summer of 2014. The exhibits on display were Zhang Huan’s “Evolving Tradition” examining the changing landscape and (perhaps) loss of Buddhist spirituality in modern China; and a piece by Virginia Overton called “ 527 more words

Public space is calling! Chicago & Athens are looking for your creativity

2 selected calls from both sides of the Atlantic + one adventurous proposal:


On one side Chicago is calling for its 2015 EXPO… 246 more words

Public Space

Faraway, so close!

/ Exhibition / Publication / Co-Curated / Site-Specific /

Why would we, living in a contemporary world, need a bunker?

“Faraway, So Close!” – an exhibition presented by eight curators from the Residency program of Node Center for Curatorial Studies, will take place from 25 April until 1 May 2012 at the Fichte-Bunker, in collaboration with Grimmuseum and Künstlerhaus Bethanien. 443 more words

Collaborative Practices

La Memoria de Guatemala

In the previous post, I shared my new postcards from Stories Books and Cafe. But there is one more, which I felt called for its own post. 432 more words

Site Specific

Defining Site-Specificity

“Site-specific or Environmental art refers to an artist’s intervention in a specific locale, creating a work that is integrated with its surroundings and that explores its relationship to the topography of its locale, whether it’s indoors or out, urban, desert, marine or otherwise” 3,081 more words

Expanding my original chosen brief and Maquette making

The brief I chose for this project was working on a live project for the AMHU in Llandough Hospital. However I feel that this brief doesn’t push me to relate to the site specific needs that this course wants me too. 469 more words


information shadows - a brief digest

where is the interface? why can’t a wall be an interface? how about a space, a void? is that not an interface? things are unfinished. some patterns seem to be emerging. 370 more words

Digital Corruption