The artist Chelsea Willis invited me to contribute a work for her publication, in collaboration with artists Erica Thomas and Emily Fitzgerald of MATTER in Portland, on Feminist Labor, Embodiment & Pleasure. The book is forthcoming. I took the opportunity to visualize the thinking and work I have been doing regarding guerrilla food forestry in […]
The Coastal Reading Group hosts three readers from three coasts who trouble the subjects of wilderness, speciation, humanness and ways of knowing through diverse engagements with (non)humans. bios Bibi Calderaro is an interdisciplinary conceptual artist and researcher whose work has been shown internationally since 1995 and most recently at PS1 MoMA and MinusSpace, NY. Curious […]
Connecting artistic ideas and procedural methods across disciplines, over time and in the studio Michael Shiloh, Margaretha Haughwout, J.D. Zamfirescu-Pereira The Open Collaboration Lab is a hub for the study and practice of collaboration as it pertains to procedural art and algorithmic processes at California College of the Arts. This project emerges out of […]
I often collaborate with other artists, in big and small ways. Discussion and Sunset Walk, 2017 A discussion followed by a short neighborhood walk with Alicia Escott, Amber Hasselbring, Margaretha Haughwout, and Suzanne Husky, in the context of Alicia’s project Another Brief History of the Sunset. Suzanne and I harvested ice plant and experimented with […]
the birds the bees the flowers and the seeds is a narrative exploration of the relationship between desire, violence, and the uncanny, set in an installation space that is presented as a future garden. In this piece, a series of spoken fictional “scores” pipe through speakers that double as flower pots. Each of the scores […]
An interactive theater and game that uses narrative prompts and science fiction apocalypse to elicit ephemeral moments of intimacy…. Your browser does not support the video tag. Your browser does not support the video tag. Your browser does not support the video tag.