With Vero D Orozco, Joseph Losinski, Sergio Mantilla, Laura Cardozo, Ed Diaz Trujillo, 8/3/18
With Vero D Orozco, Ed Diaz Trujillo, Giannella Ysasi, 7/16/18
With Vero D Orozco, Joseph Losinski, Ed Diaz Trujillo, Caroline Ng, 6/18/18
With Kenneth Bailey, Judith Leemann, Billie Lee, Poor Farm after party, 6/30/18
With Tracie Hall and DeAmon Harges, Artist as Problem Solver Convening, comparing notes follow-up, 6/6/18
DeAmon was at the convening as “Roving Listener” and shared his observations and responses at the end. Here he reacts to a visual element of my response, one of a series of layered drawings. More about DeAmon’s work here.
The Gaze – this set of 20 drawings on transparent backgrounds is part of the response to the Artist as Problem Solver Convening. Here, digitized versions are randomly superimposed in groups of four each time the site is refreshed. The number of possible combinations is 20!/16! = 20 x 19 x 18 x 17 = 116,280. (Tap/click/Command R to refresh after clicking through to site)
Artist as Problem Solver Convening, Joyce Foundation, Indianapolis, March 2018
Read linear notes here
Wearing the Braid
With Asha Veal, Nicolas Melo, Dio Aldridge, Walking the Braid, 12/9/17
With Asha Veal, Greg Ruffing, Walking the Braid, 11/11/17
The Talking Whiteboards Studio Project, Summer 2016
Most participants in this project engaged The Braid whiteboard, exploring their own modes of working while taking cues from the categories it displays. The Braid diagram emerged earlier this year from my ongoing conversations with artists about their practices.
Final Talking Whiteboards edits on vimeo channel
How do you work? Conversations with experimental musicians, composers, and visual artists about their practices, followed by my visualizations of the conversations. In turn, artist’s respond to the visualizations. Since conversations happen in many different places, some of the responses later take place long-distance. Included here are responses that took place in my studio, and in one case, at a studio I had use of during a residency.
Visualizations, seen on the wall behind the artists or musicians, come in two versions – a freely composed scenario (left), and text entered into a Fractal 3-Line Matrix (right). Responses tend to be offered in the artist’s own medium.