I have the honor to have been included in El Museo’s “Office Hours (OH)”, a project conceived by artist Nicolas Dumit Estevez.
“…“OH” brings face to face the concepts of creativity versus productivity, as El Museo del Barrio’s curators, administrators, guards, educators, operations personnel, finance employees, audiences, and artists are encouraged to work as play or to play as work – all of this as part of an the on-going performing of the day-to-day. “OH” conceives of El Museo as a holistic work of art; that is, a living artwork existing beyond the boundaries of the exhibition space and comingling with life…”
Fine Art and Graphic Design exchange students presenting their latest works and sharing their experience at Academie Minerva Groningen.
Thirty students of renowned European art academies exhibited a selection of their best work at the Hans Brinker Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands on December 12, 2014.
“…Go Forward is a work in progress installation that is part of Andrea Stultiens’ PhD research. It is an English translation of ‘Simuda Nyuma’, the Luganda title of a book triptych written by Ham Mukasa. The starting point for the exposition is a collection of photographs from the Ham Mukasa family archive. The presentation includes contributions by a range of Ugandan artists, and Ugandan and Dutch art students, invited by Stultiens to interpret specific moments and phenomena in history that were described by Ham Mukasa from their own vantage point…”
Super excited The Quinces Game performance has been featured on the New New Yorkers blog. This work started to develop as part of the “Life as Material for Art and Vice Versa” workshops held at The Queens Museum by interdisciplinary artist and curator Nicolas Dumit Estevez .
Please check out my essay, pictures of the performance and the rest of the New New Yorkers blog HERE.