Summer2019

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BIBLIOPHANTICS
Jun
10
to Jun 30

BIBLIOPHANTICS

Bibliophantics, featuring the Mildred’s Lane Library; a project wrapping around the Narrowsburg Deep Water Literary Festival, with Aaron Hicklin of One Grand Books. Pablo Helguera, Dannielle Tegeder, Nina Burleigh, and other celebrated artists and authors in town during the festival.

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Multiple Projects - PondHouseSpringHouseIceHousePond, Pignut Pond, The Un-Bored-Walk, & Mildred Archaeology
Jul
1
to Jul 28

Multiple Projects - PondHouseSpringHouseIceHousePond, Pignut Pond, The Un-Bored-Walk, & Mildred Archaeology

PondHouseSpringHouseIceHousePond. Ongoing negotiations in the landscape for over a decade, with Mark Thomann.

Pignut Pond. Cameron Klavsen and Alex Schechter are building a Diving Dock; Hope Ginsburg, underwater-filming; and, Joshua Quarles’ sound work in collaboration with the pond.                               

The Un-Bored-Walk; David Brooks will be working on a new landscape design and build study of emergent walks interrupted by navigating the actual and the man-made.                                                                                   

Mildred Archaeology; more investigations around the eighteenth-century outbuildings, with Rudy Salgado and Susanna Crum of Calliope Arts Printmaking Studio & Gallery in Louisville, KY.

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MARX FOR CATS
Jul
29
to Aug 4

MARX FOR CATS

Marx for Cats; in residence with their ongoing project, Caroline Woolard, Or Zubalsky, and critical theorist Leigh Claire La Berge whimsically explain keywords in contemporary capitalism; an artwork designed to both educate and entertain. Juxtaposing the time of foregone capitalism with the anticipatory time of catpitalism.

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WILDING WASTING WORKSTYLING
May
27
to Jun 16

WILDING WASTING WORKSTYLING

Wilding, Wasting, Workstyling; ongoing dialogs and workshops with Marek and Krystyna Milde, Amy Lou Stein, Athena Kokoronis, Amanda Heidel, Laura Silverman, Deborah Davidovits, Kimberly Webb, James Voorhies and other contributing artists, local naturalists, gardeners, botanists, and beekeepers.

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