visualizing governors island
our programing continues on governors island this week. as of last weekend, our artist-in-residence program is also now open to the public on saturdays from 12-3p.
this week: galleryELL artist kariann fuqua from washington dc joins the exhibit and the a-i-r program.
images and a description of our exhibit are available here.
Jodi Hays has been invited to be the July Artist in Residence for the National Parks in the Ozark foothills. She will be focusing on the rock formations (informing her current sculpture — one of which is included in the Spool Mfg. exhibition) of Gulpha Gorge in Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas.
It’s my first week at Weir Farm…the space is perfect for my artistic thoughts and practice. I have been here two nights and two days. I live by myself in a farm cottage and in the driveway is a newly renovated barn to serve as my studio. The studio is awesome at approximately 400 square feet with cathedral ceilings, temperature control, a huge bathroom, modern deck overlooking a wooded stream (it’s dried up right now), lovely sky high windows, workable walls, gray cement floor, and incredible acoustics. The AIR residency is across the street from the Weir Farm Visitors Center, atop a hill, surrounded by acres of trails and gardens. I am working on an installation involving pipe cleaners, drinking straws, sushi grass, and monofilament. It is huge, in the round, and very exciting to see and work on! I will upload pictures soon. (more…)