Monthly Archives: June 2011

Water art workshop

An art workshop with the Lao organization Participatory Development Training Center about water! We used the Wisdom box/compass, a structure that helps students brainstorm connections between so-called different “areas of development”/areas of life, to make art.  Below is an image … Continue reading

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impervious corridors (as formerly titled, now a name-in-progress)

impervious corridor june 2011 close up of glen echo creek map This is writing project I have been working on for almost two years now.  You can see the creek subject in the map.  It’s a project that came out … Continue reading

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LOST: Water

Been thinking about lost things and lost signs. A way to use telephone poles to talk to people. Vertical billboards scattered about, passively awaiting stapled broadcasts. How precious is water? How important must something be to actively look for it? … Continue reading

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Show Me Your Jugs

Dearest Art or Chokers, I’m prepping for a performance next week and haven’t had time to create a serious piece to share with you, but here’s my June offering on water. Consider this tryptich my ode to Pride Month, to … Continue reading

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June’s theme: Water

Dearest Art or Chokers, It’s basically June.  Let’s start making WATER art.  This is our first try at PRAXIS together, picked from a group generated list! All media is welcome, from typed up thoughts on the theme, to scanned art, … Continue reading

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