Thanks, Mexico. I needed that.
Great screening lineup at Lucid Lounge in Seattle’s UDistrict; I’ll be there bells on at 9pm. Many thanks to Artists for Artists and Anna Mroczkowski and Lisa Coronado for inviting me to be a part of the showcase. “AFA is a 100% volunteer powered collective of local artists (and a few creative nerds) who are committed to supporting one another and future generations of artists. “
Another shot from “Walk Until They Bleed." Many thanks to artist, colleague, and friend Sena Clara Creston for the photo.
Shot from durational performance series “Walk Until They Bleed.” Thanks to H. Willoughby for the photo (I just made a few edits :)
Killer time in Edmonton. Thanks to EIFF for bringing me out. Absolutely in love with Alberta.
FLA finding its way to an International Premiere at the 27th Edmonton International Film Festival running from Sept 26-October 5. I’ll be there for the opening festivities and the edge of night screening series; free hugs if you’re in Alberta. My sincere gratitude to Kerrie Long and the other festival organizers for their warm welcome and generosity.
Very honored that the ongoing Anti-Litter Mapping Project and Interventions recently received a nomination from the City of Richland for a 2013 Green Living Award. Award ceremony slated for October 6. Thanks to Environmental Education Coordinator Gail Everett for arranging the program.
Big smooches to The Bellingham Herald for their opinion column in support of the Anti-Litter Social Practice Mapping Campaign currently in development.
Many thanks to Ooga Booga, Alumnos47, and ForYourArt for hosting a unique mashing of strange art, books, and cookies this past June 30. Had a couple of weirdo books in the exhibition and now they’re off to Mexico City as part of Alumnos47’s mobile library collection (awesome biblioteca).
Pleased to be a part of the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside|Out and Lincoln Park’s DDA Art Walk program. Find my 10-channel video installation “Neo-Marxist Chromatics and the Electromagnetic Repository of Rebirth” parked somewhere on the glorious Fort Street.
Many thanks to Ty Beaver and Bob Brawdy of the Tri-City Herald for a solid article and great photos and videos documenting one of our recent Anti-Litter social practice art interventions.
Thanks to Davis Walhman over at KEPR CBS 19 for a fun story. Local news covered a recent (and ongoing) social practice intervention we rocked in Richland, WA. Check out an abbreviated clip here.