I’m currently prepping for the November 2010 exhibition “Ethnographic Terminalia” in New Orleans. The works exhibited in Ethnographic Terminalia emerge through a desire to produce art as a process or product of research. My installation “Scoring the Streets of New Orleans” will have its debut there. Here’s a link to information about the show:
POWER AND GROUND
Where and When
- Audible Observations, Ethnograpic Terminalia, San Francisco, California, 2012
- Marin Country Day School, California, 2010
- The Mission Arts & Performance Project, Rosie’s Cheeks Garage, San Francisco, 2009
- Vernisage, Fort Mason, San Francisco, 2009
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How we as individuals and cultures define what is natural is very much related to the core beliefs we hold about ourselves and the world we inhabit. What is “natural” is what we often perceive as what is right, just as what is “natural” is often what we perceive as not human or human impacted. This contradiction calls into question our daily routines and behaviors that impact the world we live in right now – are we behaving naturally?
POWER AND GROUND observes daily routines of the urban environment, and considers this environment a natural world. This natural world is made up of interdependent systems of humans, money, machines, the elements, flora and fauna. It explores the shifting negotiations of natures and cultures in San Francisco in 2009.
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