For the entire month of March, I’ll be at Caldera as an artist-in-residence. I’m honored and I can’t wait!
I was honored to participate in the creation of Abigail Anne Newbold‘s collaborative installation, Borderlander’s Outfitter at PNCA’s Feldman Gallery. As a representative of Signal Fire, I led workshops with the graduate students who created objects for the exhibition. They were an inspiring and creative bunch, and the installation turned out impressively.
A blog post about my recent workshop at the Henry with Lisa Schonberg is featured
on the Henry’s blog. And you can see a whole bunch more images from the event here. One of my favorites from Ryan Pierce is shown here.
After a wonderful release party for Leaf Litter #4, the new issue is now available at Reading Frenzy and Powells in Portland, as well as in several libraries and museum libraries. If you’d like a copy, please email me.
Head out into the urban wilds of Discovery Park with Portland based artists Daniela Molnar and Lisa Schonberg for a multimedia documentation workshop. Discover variable forms of observation and documentation from drawing and note taking to field recording and music composition. Materials for documentation will be provided. See you in the field!
I’m honored to be included in this great project, a book of contemporary writing on bees.
I’m so excited to be participating in the Summer Field Studies exhibit this summer at the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle. I’m currently working with a amazing cadre of local poets on a project that will be exhibited in this show. It’s an invigorating departure from my previous work! More to come soon…
Summer Field Studies is a presentation and interactive program series that invites visitors to explore contemporary art and ideas not only at the Museum, but out in the surrounding landscape.
Artists, musicians, permaculture advocates, curators, activists, sailors, poets and explorers were invited to participate in the creation of a series of interactive field guides for the Henry’s Test Site. These field guides will introduce visitors to a variety of individual and collaborative projects from in around the Pacific Northwest that deal with landscape as a means to facilitate personal reflection and as a discursive space. Projects range from outdoor residency programs, floating concerts, visits to secret gardens, and much more.