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Tooling Camp – Project Fielding, 2016

Tooling Camp – Project Fielding, 2016 In June 2016 Fielding held its inaugural Tooling Camp at the Experimental Station in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Chicago. Fielding is founded by Sara Black, Billy Dee, Amber Ginsburg and Donesha Thompson. We consider building

Tooling Camp – Project Fielding, 2016

Tooling Camp – Project Fielding, 2016 In June 2016 Fielding held its inaugural Tooling Camp at the Experimental Station in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Chicago. Fielding is founded by Sara Black, Billy Dee, Amber Ginsburg and Donesha Thompson. We consider building

Attention Feeder, 2016

The Attention Feeder, 2016 Sector 2337, Chicago, IL The Attention Feeder is a two hour collective exercise in prolonged attention.  We will begin by creating a shared vocabulary for use during a series of guided narratives on the interwoven relationship

Attention Feeder, 2016

The Attention Feeder, 2016 Sector 2337, Chicago, IL The Attention Feeder is a two hour collective exercise in prolonged attention.  We will begin by creating a shared vocabulary for use during a series of guided narratives on the interwoven relationship

Knowledge Lab, 2015

Knowledge Lab, 2015 School of the Art Institute Chicago, IL In the spring term of 2015 at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, I facilitated and instructed a class called Knowledge Lab: Entanglements with TA Noel Fetting-Smith. The

Knowledge Lab, 2015

Knowledge Lab, 2015 School of the Art Institute Chicago, IL In the spring term of 2015 at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, I facilitated and instructed a class called Knowledge Lab: Entanglements with TA Noel Fetting-Smith. The

19 Admirals Way, 2014-15

19 Admirals Way, 2014-15 [Design Build Workshop Leader] Cantebury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand https://19admiralsway.wordpress.com The Whole House Reuse (WHR) project is organized by Rekindle, a New Zealand building waste reuse initiative established after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Project organizers gained access

19 Admirals Way, 2014-15

19 Admirals Way, 2014-15 [Design Build Workshop Leader] Cantebury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand https://19admiralsway.wordpress.com The Whole House Reuse (WHR) project is organized by Rekindle, a New Zealand building waste reuse initiative established after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Project organizers gained access

Attention Feeder, 2014

The Attention Feeder, 2014 [Workshop Leader] ACRE residency, Steuben, WI The Attention Lab, a two-session workshop that took place at ACRE residency in the summer of 2014, gathered participants in the pursuit of prolonged attention and understanding of the Anthropocene. To help

Attention Feeder, 2014

The Attention Feeder, 2014 [Workshop Leader] ACRE residency, Steuben, WI The Attention Lab, a two-session workshop that took place at ACRE residency in the summer of 2014, gathered participants in the pursuit of prolonged attention and understanding of the Anthropocene. To help

Living As Form (Nomadic Version), 2014

Living As Form (Nomadic Version), 2014 [Curator] Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH In the first decade of the 21st century, a critical mass of culturally infused activism and social engagement emerged. A diverse practice, socially engaged art is shaking up the

Living As Form (Nomadic Version), 2014

Living As Form (Nomadic Version), 2014 [Curator] Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH In the first decade of the 21st century, a critical mass of culturally infused activism and social engagement emerged. A diverse practice, socially engaged art is shaking up the

Antioch College Tea Pavilion, 2012-14

Antioch College Tea Pavilion, 2012-14 [Design Build Workshop Leader] Antioch College Organic Farm, Yellow Springs, OH On April 14th and 15th, a small collaborative group of professional artists/architects/designers/builders including Rod Northcutt, Charlie Vinz, Jillian Soto and Sara Black led the

Antioch College Tea Pavilion, 2012-14

Antioch College Tea Pavilion, 2012-14 [Design Build Workshop Leader] Antioch College Organic Farm, Yellow Springs, OH On April 14th and 15th, a small collaborative group of professional artists/architects/designers/builders including Rod Northcutt, Charlie Vinz, Jillian Soto and Sara Black led the

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2012

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2012 [Workshop Leader] Sejny, Poland Handshouse Studios In the summer of 2012, I traveled with several Antioch College students to Poland along with other faculty and students to participate in Making History: the Wooden

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2012

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2012 [Workshop Leader] Sejny, Poland Handshouse Studios In the summer of 2012, I traveled with several Antioch College students to Poland along with other faculty and students to participate in Making History: the Wooden

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2011

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2011 [Design Build Workshop Leader] Sanok, Poland Handshouse Studios In the summer of 2011, I traveled with several School of the Art Institute students to Poland along with other faculty and students from around

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2011

Making History: The Wooden Synagogue Replication Project, 2011 [Design Build Workshop Leader] Sanok, Poland Handshouse Studios In the summer of 2011, I traveled with several School of the Art Institute students to Poland along with other faculty and students from around

Object Recovery, 2011

Object Recovery, 2011 In conjunction with the Without You I’m Nothing: Interactions Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL Performances daily, 12pm-5pm from April 19 – 24 This performance-based project addresses ideas of loss, repair, or renewal through the conceptual transformation

Object Recovery, 2011

Object Recovery, 2011 In conjunction with the Without You I’m Nothing: Interactions Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL Performances daily, 12pm-5pm from April 19 – 24 This performance-based project addresses ideas of loss, repair, or renewal through the conceptual transformation