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Genre Bender

October 13, 2012

2012 City Arts Fest presents: Genre Bender Due to popular demand the fantastic showcase for artist duets, Genre Bender is returning to City Arts at Culture Club! Thursday October 18th 8 pm – 9:30 pm $10 Culture Club: 411 Union Street 5 teams of interdisciplinary artists who haven’t collaborated together will expand their horizons and […]

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Soft Power, Activated

October 13, 2012

Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 7:00pm Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington Campus You are cordially invited to: As part of Soft Power, Activated my presentation – part multimedia talk, part participatory studio – will cover such topics as the phonebook, place, the art of letter writing, social media, chance, penmanship, and desire. Bring your favorite pen. In conjunction […]

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SKYPE SKLPT STUDIO

October 13, 2012

Susan Robb: SKYPE SKUPLT STUDIO October 24 – December 15, 2012 Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 24, 5 – 8 pm SKYPE SKULPT STUDIO is an investigation of communication, decentralization, and the thing-ness of speech.. Over the course of the exhibition, Susan Robb will collaboratively create sculptures with local, national, and international artists, using SKYPE video calls. […]

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“Songlines” to Navigate The Art Landscape

July 9, 2012

http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/getout/eventdetails.asp?eventID=24124 Join me July 12th from 6:30 – 7:00 PM at the Olympic Sculpture Park. Inspired by Seattle Art Museum’s current exhibition Ancestral Modern: Australian Aboriginal Art from the Kaplan & Levi Collection and the idea of ‘songlines” referenced in some of the work, we’ll compose haiku that help us navigate the art landscape.

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One-Offs

June 9, 2012

Amanda Manitach asked me for a “piece of art you’ve made that has never been shown and probably never will. Something sitting in a corner of your studio that you love (or hate) but doesn’t quite sit with anything else. Something experimental, something that launched a thousand ships. Something that failed. The magical unicorn of […]

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